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Man implants camera in head

Wednesday, December 08, 2010 - 02:04

Dec 8 - With a camera attached to the back of his head for a year, an artist in New York seeks to challenge the concept of privacy. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.

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Having eyes in the back of your head might not be so far fetched after all. A New York artist is hoping to send a message about privacy or lack thereof with this new project aptly entitled the third I. While font B -- has surgically implanted a camera into the back of his head with the hopes of transmitting images of his daily life onto the Internet every minute. We are constantly under surveillance. But it seems that replicated. But state. And now even increasingly. Even if you go to the airport. To a full body -- you're -- -- your entire body and by and could be he -- somebody else so. By a mean can project -- us what I'm doing I'm I'm a creative platform platform for. Discussed and the round the clock our project will capture pictures everywhere he goes except when the assistant professor is teaching photography at New York University. And interest and indeed corners or lives that we don't pay attention to. An interest in the mundane and hope these images. The Iraqi born artist had to undergo a delicate surgical procedure to -- that camera into place. -- was stuff. Non it is done by a body modification -- -- us. The idea is. There's an incision -- -- I had. And then the skin is lifted. And there at the durable in. -- dropped. To form a triangle. Explore the camera -- The images will transmit for one year starting on December 15. To both feel laws website as well as an art museum in -- hall which is sponsoring his project. Kilmeny -- -- Reuters.

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Man implants camera in head

Wednesday, December 08, 2010 - 02:04