It's Not What I Did
Mixed media, LCD TV, digital video projector, two-way mirror, found objects
5.5' x 7.5' x 5.5'
What drives one to spy on another, to eavesdrop on someone else, someone who is unaware that they are being watched? How far is one willing to go to innocently observe someone they don’t know or don’t know very well? In this piece, I explore the extent a person will go to spy, to make a judgment on someone else’s character, and the possible consequences of such an action. By looking through a small window the viewer has access to another’s environment and can hear a narration condemning someone, but whom?