Steve Anderson – Screening surveillance (2015)

“Screening Surveillance” offers an interpretive chronology of surveillance in Hollywood from Charlie Chaplin to Edward Snowden. Composed entirely of clips from American film and television, Screening Surveillance maps the evolution of cultural discourses surrounding government surveillance, taking note of shifts from optical to computational surveillance and analyzing the ways this discourse has – and has not – changed since the revelations about NSA surveillance by government contractor Edward Snowden in June 2013.

Beeldessay van Steve Anderson, 2015
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