Increasingly smartphones and drones are tracking our every move, blurring the boundaries between our public and private lives. A Berlin exhibition reflects on the impact of mass surveillance.
Increasingly, smartphones and drones are tracking our every move, blurring the boundaries between our public and private lives. A series of exhibitions in Berlin reflect on the impact of mass surveillance.
People were once more afraid of God's watchful eye; now they fear the state. Three parallel Berlin exhibitions on surveillance reveal its humorous side. But perhaps we laugh because we're terrified.
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