Living Room | interactive Flash installation | 2005


Drawing upon current cultural phenomenon (e.g. Reality Television) I also look at the domestic space in which we engage with the cinematic and increasingly the location of the cinematic event. This area of my work questions the politics and ethics of associating surveillance with the cinematic in the privacy of the living room.  My experimentation with interactivity enables the viewers to “snoop” through other’s information for pleasure. In this instance navigation is a dual act of entertainment and complicity.