Organic surveillance looks at the ways Northeastern Ontario landowners protect and secure their land and property through preemptive and deterence mechanisms, such as traditional and contemporary surveillance. The mechanisms instituted by Northeastern Ontairo municipalities and landowners are influenced by urban centers, characteristics of land, technology, sustainability, psychology, physicality and (in) visibility.
stingray, experimental photography, Markstay, ON, 2016.
wires, experimental photography, Markstay, ON, 2016.
INFRARED, (selected images) series of images with scouting (hunting) camera, Markstay, ON, 2016.
if a tree falls in the bush and there is no one around, does it make a sound? (…does it make a sound?) (still) experimental video take with scouting (hunting) camera, 7:00 minutes, Markstay, ON, 2016.
fuck., (still at 00.29), experimental video using a drone, 3:59 minutes, Hagar, ON, 2015
Hunter, experimental photography, Markstay, ON, 2016
CIRCLES, experimental photography, Markstay, ON, 2016.
For more information and documentation about this project visit the project site at http://www.organicsurveillance.com
This research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.