Orange County Register
History of U.S. Surveillance
May 26, 2015
Power relations, surveillance, security culture and urban landscape are the focus points of “Homeland,” an exhibit by Jimena Sarno on display at Cal State Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center.
The three-part multimedia installation investigates the history of surveillance in the United States to its origins in the American slave trade.
“It’s about how security and surveillance control seeps into our everyday lives kind of unknowingly,” said John Spiak, director and chief curator of the Grand Central Art Center. Continue reading.