When no one was looking, we became the most watched country on earth.
There are more surveillance cameras in Britain than in any other country.
Being in a city for anything other than shopping or consuming is questioned – and going around photographing CCTV cameras is a definite no-no.
This black and white work is a timely response, that mixes humour, polemic
and graphic urban images to comment on the rise of CCTV – the ‘hoodies’ of the surveillance society.
It comes to the surprising conclusion that Big Brother probably isn’t watching you – but your supermarket definitely is.
With 80 pages, black and white photographs and an extended essay.
Softback edition. This book is also available in a softback edition.