Valentyn Odnoviun. Surveillance. A Typology of Oppression€35.00
The actual work calls into question the relation between what we see and what we perceive in advance of the act of recognition. These photographs emphasize the borders not only of human perception, but the border where the consequences of human action meet reason. The book consists of photographs of the walking yard and prison cell door spyholes in former political prisons in Eastern Europe (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland, Germany). The same places were used for similar purposes by different oppressive systems. Previously, to keep people under control, they were isolated in special places and/or were under different methods of surveillance. Nowadays surveillance is taking new (digital) forms, but the main essence remains. Total physical and mind control of society.
Author: Valentyn Odnoviun
Title: Surveillance. A Typology of Oppression
Designer: Gulnara Galiachmetova, Valentyn Odnoviun
Texts: Agnė Narušytė, Jan Gustav Fiedler
Size: 24,5 x 20 cm
Release date: 2020
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