"When no one was looking, we became the most watched country on earth"
A graphic black and white documentary photo series that captures the moment that CCTV surveillance became all encompassing. The photographs are accompanied by an essay that analyses the political and social background to rise of CCTV. The book mixes humour and polemics. The photographs have been exhibited at Salford Art Gallery and Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre, where they accompanied a stage adaptation of George Orwell's '1984'.
Originally published: 2010, 210x250mm, softback and hardback cover, 80 pages, black and white photographs, colour illustrations
REALITY TV: The rise of cctv survellance caught on camera
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