I listen: a document of digital voyeürism
Since 1993, techno music artist The Spacewurm has used specially modified digital scanning equipment to secretly (and illegally) record the cellular and portable phone calls of everyday people. In "I Listen", he elevates the science of eavesdropping to high art, with unsettling results.
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