New exhibit showcases art in the digital surveillance era

The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s newly opened Covert Operations is full of projects that not only protest data collection, but sometimes use it to drive their points home.

It’s safe to say that surveillance technology had a profound effect on American culture, even before Edward Snowden’s leaks arrived — there’s a sense that you can never reallyescape the government’s eye. If you’ve ever shared that feeling, you’ll be glad to hear that there’s finally an art exhibition devoted to exploring high-tech monitoring.
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