My blogpost on the progress of my #surveillance dissertation, now published at #factliverpool

The lovely people at FACT Liverpool – the fabulously unorthodox art institution we have in the city – have very kindly just published my blogpost on the “how much of this is fiction.” exhibition just finished the end of last month. 

The post not only summarises key elements of the show in question but also charts the progress, to date, of a Liverpool John Moores University School of Law dissertation, whose research I am carrying out at FACT’s galleries on the subject of the aesthetics and feel of surveillance.

You can find the post below:

http://www.fact.co.uk/news-articles/2017/06/reflections-on-how-much-of-this-is-fiction-art-meets-surveillance-in-a-fabulous-clash-of-disciplines.aspx

Many thanks again to everyone involved, and if you find yourself in the area tomorrow, come along to the launch of the brand new exhibition where I will be conducting some further research in the very near future.  

Tomorrow’s launch will present and celebrate the start of this fascinating set of installations called “The New Observatory”; and it promises so very very much!


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