In May 2013, six collaborators and I produced and presented “Work and Play at the Threshold of Visibility.” For my part, the intent of this collaboration was to use the skills of performers and the craft of theatre to explore poorly understood aspects of life within the modern surveillance apparatus. As such, it was research – an attempt to build theory in the field of Surveillance Studies.

This web site is one representation of that event. There’s also an article in Surveillance and Society.

The work was supported by Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada grant #72035904, and by the Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto.

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