Long-Exposure Spy Cameras Will Capture Berlin’s Growth For The Next 100 Years
Artist Jonathon Keats' surveillance cameras will hold our generation accountable for cities' future development.
Imagine if secret cameras had been set up around Manhattan in 1914, taking one long exposure of the city that was only revealed to the public this year. It would be quite a way to document the impact that a century can have on a city. In 2114, citizens of Berlin will be given the chance to do just that, viewing images of a hundred-year-long exposure at an already planned exhibition.