I'm different when you watch me 2 min, 2022

The piece was published by the international, interdisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed journal of Surveillance Studies Surveillance and Society in Vol. 20 No. 1 (2022): Open Issue in the Arts Forum along with the other piece On Being Watched

​​​​​​'In I’m different when you watch me, I use photographs discovered on my hard drive stored by a login face recognition app as it malfunctioned throughout my everyday computer use. I have found over 60,000 pictures of me taken by my webcam, dating from 2011 to 2017. In comforts of solitude, unaware of being watched, ultimately captured in camera was my identity formation, a shift from adolescence to early adulthood. In this liminal space situated somewhere between the physical file folder and the uncanny, resides my double.' (Potocka, Judyta. 2022. I'm Different When You Watch Me and On Being Watched. Surveillance and Society 20(1):125)
Read the full paper here.