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Jolies peintures, à la manière de caméras de surveillance !

William Betts, Acrylic on canvas, 54 x 72 inches. Collection of AT Corporation

Privacy at Risk: The New Government Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment by Christopher Slobogin. $9.12. Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (October 29, 2007). Author: Christopher Slobogin. 274 pages

It's blurred and black and white to look like a CCTV camera footage but then it also highlights certain things about people as if the camera itself is analysing them.

WILLIAM BETTS Acrylic on canvas,

William Betts builds and programs paint application machines that recreate grainy CCTV footage.

Camerahead Project...what a cool  idea...so controversial!

The children in 1984 were Junior Spies who were tasked with turning in their parents if any anti-Party acts were committed, they were used as Party tools.

"America’s natural beauty has inspired countless painters, but Houston-based artist William Betts finds its man-made landscapes are far more interesting. Betts culls his imagery from surveillance footage taken in malls, airports, and beaches, recreating each carefully chosen still on canvas. Meet the new American sublime: CCTV footage, writ large in acrylic."

Spooky Machine-Made Paintings, Drawn From Surveillance Videos

William Betts (inspired by imagery from surveillance footage taken in malls, airports, and beaches, recreating each carefully chosen still on canvas. Meet the new American sublime: CCTV footage, writ large in acrylic).

"Surveillance" by William Betts - Neatorama

"Surveillance" by William Betts - Neatorama

creatively different mask: "Strumpfkopf" 1 ("sock head") by 2009 Robert G Bartholot.net

creatively different mask: "Strumpfkopf" 1 ("sock head") by 2009 Robert G Bartholot.net

William Betts - Surveillance (2011) - acrylic on canvas.    amazing concept and execution.

William Betts - Surveillance - acrylic on canvas. amazing concept and execution.

Turning CCTV Footage into Art | VICE | United Kingdom

Artist Creates Paintings out of Videos Stills from CCTV Cameras

Surveillance: Paintings by William Betts | Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog

Paintings using CCTV footage and traffic cameras as sources by Houston-based artist William Betts.

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