Established in 2005 to combat the threat of terrorism, the Control Order is a complex system of restrictions which severely limits an individual’s liberty and movement. This work follows photographer Edmund Clark’s confrontation with the program, beginning with a neutral reproduction of the conditions of detention under the United Kingdom’s Prevention of Terrorism Act.
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