The Open Society Documentary Photography Project aims to be a place to reflect on how photography can help us understand the world today and provides for the first time a police theme for his exhibition Moving Walls. Spying is no longer reserved for the charming spy named James Bond. With new tools like drones, satellites and other security systems, the mass of images of and data on the citizens of the world has become increasingly important and accessible both to governments and the general public. Be it paradoxical, surveillance has become omnipresent to the point of being accessible.
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