Spring, 2004

One of eight networked installations in downtown San Jose, CA that addresses surveillance

Keyhole is one of eight storefront installations that make up the Downtown Exhibition along the north side of First Street in San Jose, California. This formerly burgeoning shopping district now consists of vacant buildings, making it an ideal location for an intervention. The Downtown Exhibition is a networked set of art projects that reflect back on each other and on the intervening space. Keyhole is an installation that addresses the pervasive nature of surveillance in the city and aims to investigate the framework of surveilling dynamics.

Exhibited in collaboration with Phantom Galleries, Anno Domini
1st Street San Jose, CA
April-May 2004

Made with

Projector, Rear Projection Fabric, Webcams, mini LCD, Max/MSP, Flash, PCs

Exhibited at