As We Become Cameras
Matt Hackett

What an interesting article. Ubiquity of imagery is already here …. massively. Now. Not only in the ‘visible’ taking of photos from devices you can see, but also through subliminal surveillance devices that are everywhere — in city precincts, in airports and secure areas, in and on commuter pathways and highways, on documents and cards (via embedded ID’s) and more …
Susan Sontag was way, way ahead of her time in appreciating how images would have a ‘social’ value intertwined with political systems (however obvious, or not). A new dimension with even more ubiquity is another challenge for the future. Just another societal challenge. As if we need more!

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