The work explores the social consequences of media technology in the form of an audiovisual interactive installation. Showing multiple networked screens displaying scenes dealing with the issues of social conditioning, surveillance and the incessant will of computers. The sensor technology induces a suspicious presence as projections track the movement of the spectator evoking the sense of being watched and controlled. Footage from the telescreens is played periodically on each of the five screens/speakers only interrupted when the IR sensor technology tracks the presence of the audience and the footage changes to the TeleScreen eyes. Programmed using MAX/MSP.
Produced as part of an MA in Digital Arts and Performance, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. August, 2008