The boundary between the public and private becomes more and more ambiguous with the technology advance. The proliferation of camera phones, YouTube videos, Facebook, reality television shows and the ubiquitous security camera suggests that we become a society of voyeurs. We watch and we are watched. This project investigates the issues of voyeurism, surveillance, public and privacy.

Every image was taken with a time-lapse programme every hour for the day. The camera was placed behind my rear window with curtains wide open. It mechanically surveil the block of rooms opposite. At the same time, people in that building can easily see everything in my room through the window. I juxtapose the image with the text explaining what I was doing when each image was taken.

The presentation format of this project is a book.