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THE FACELESS PROJECT (2002–2008) interrogates the culture of surveillance by redeploying authentic CCTV images recorded in London, the most heavily surveilled city on Earth. These images are heavily inscribed by laws relating to privacy and freedom of information, and are in effect 'legal readymades'.

In addition to a 50-minute manifesto-driven fiction film, a number of works in different media have emerged from the process of image acquisition.  [PDF 1.3MB ]