On the Street:
Contemporary urban life is a paradox. The busy streets and omnipresent crowds promise a kind of anonymity—the possibility of disappearing among the masses, nameless and faceless in the aggregate—yet the city is monitored by mechanical eyes that are all but invisible to our own. What do these modern surveillance tools reveal? What do those caught in their lenses inherently conceal? The images that follow are a surreptitious celebration of the stolen glance.