Eric Howeler

Archis 2002 #3

Anxious architectures. The aesthetics of surveillance

Posted on March 1, 2002 — by

‘It seems there is nowhere to hide; everything is public, transparent, visible to invisible others. The sheltering walls of privacy have been digitally dissolved.’1 The domestic realm, once the haven from public scrutiny, is now a site of a new type of surveillance in the form data – dataveillance, the monitoring of buying patterns, purchasing […]

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