on being watched 2 min, 2022
featuring Giedrė Antanavičiūtė
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 I'm Different When You Watch Me

'(...)to be seen is to be acknowledged, to be given a role and purpose. The character’s purposeless walk around London’s Southbank gains a new poetic meaning of seeing oneself from an alien perspective, to be looked at with care and interest but be able to control where the perspective ends.(...) A young woman looking for her own identity and autonomy.'
​(Potocka, Judyta. 2022. I'm Different When You Watch Me and On Being Watched. Surveillance and Society 20(1):125-126)

Read the full paper here.