Film Project Examines Effect of Public Cameras

Saturday, May 08, 2010

After the discovery of a failed car bomb in Times Square last Saturday, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says he'd like to see even more cameras in Times Square and throughout Midtown. In Madison Square Park, a film project called "Surveillance" is calling attention to the saturation of cameras in public spaces. WNYC's Janaya Williams spoke with the artist about the technology we can't seem to get away from.


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