Local project Proceed raises questions about sousveillance, or “the recording of an activity by the participant in the activity, typically by way of small wearable or portable personal technologies.” Think surveillance, but you are choosing to record yourself. This project is the work of two talented multimedia artists, Kim Brickley and Sarah Zimmer, who are behind Create in Situ.
Video cameras will capture moving imagery on-site. This imagery will be broadcast in a storefront window television monitor and create layered portraits. Pedestrians passing by will catch a glimpse of themselves in the window. Layers of voyeurism and sousveillance form the base of this project, producing questions of control. Support their project to make it happen right on 16th and South street, there’s only 7 days left!