On February 12, 2014 I gave an artist's talk and held a workshop at the Columbus Museum of Art. After a brief lecture on the history of surveillance and art, I proposed a project for a group of local high school students involved in Project Pivot. We spent one day at the Museum performing for the surveillance cameras throughout CMA's galleries.

Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to receive the footage from the security cameras. But artist, performer, and security staff member at the museum, Brian Moss was our inside connection and got to see the performances as they existed on the surveillance feed screens. He had this to say:

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