Watch Being Watched by Stephen Torton

A look at surveillance produced by Stephen Torton with Myriam von Skramlik, Carlo Mori, Franck Goldberg, Joe Barrio, and Dan Amaril.

Part of the Editor's Choice series.

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We are told that as much as 30% of your time is under surveillance.

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All images © by Stephen Torton, ADAGP, Paris.

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All images © by Stephen Torton, ADAGP, Paris.

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All images © by Stephen Torton, ADAGP, Paris.

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All images © by Stephen Torton, ADAGP, Paris.

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BOMB 3, Spring 1982

Barbara Kruger & Richard Prince, Keith Sonnier, Valie Export, Alan Scarritt, and Jim Chladek. Cover by Mark Magill.

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003 Winter Spring 1982