New York photographer Sheri Lynn Behr has been working on multiple projects dealing with surveillance and privacy. Each project has led to the next, and she looks for different ways to photograph aspects of the gray area that is surveillance in our modern age. She makes these photographs to raise questions that come from the claustrophobic sense of being constantly...
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