Performing Under Surveillance was a lecture and workshop at the Columbus Museum of Art in 2014. The lecture and workshop culminated in a project I proposed in collaboration with a group of local high school students involved in Project Pivot. For this project, we spent one day at the Museum performing for the surveillance cameras throughout CMA's galleries.
Though we weren't allowed to receive the footage from the security cameras, we were able to get some feedback from artist, performer, and security staff member at the museum, Brian Moss, who could see the performances as they existed on the surveillance feed screens. He had this to say:
(view video around 5:00 to hear Brian's feedback)