2006>2020 / Installation / Interactive
projector : Józsa Gallery.
A few exhibition spaces: WATERMANS ART CENTER (London), CATHÉDRALE DE CARTHAGE (Tunis), HAIFA MUSEUM OF ART (Israel),
GALILA’S P.O.C. & Maison Particulière & Musée de l’Europe (brussels)
”The first version of Peeping Tom relates to Internet pornography, which both fascinates and disgusts. The flesh that is offered there is degraded, both literally and technically. I took images with digital degradations, juxtaposing them to create almost psychedelic effects. The person who triggers these images is confronted with their own voyeurism. I subject him to what he subjects others, by fixing my big ocular globe on him and following him as he moves in front of the work; the voyeur is caught at his own game. There is a real disturbance in being spied upon in this way by a huge eye. We are living in an age of widespread voyeurism, yet it is rarely called into question. With Facebook, for example, voyeurism has become a new norm.Thomas Israelin Memento Body