Always There – Surveillance Bed Julia Scher
November 26—December 18, 2000

Always There – Surveillance Bed Julia Scher

Julia Scher, Surveillance Bed III, 2000. Exhibition view: Always There – Surveillance Bed, Schipper & Krome, Berlin, 2000. Photo © Ilona Ripke

Press Release

Since the early eighties, Julia Scher has been focusing on questions of personal identity within the context of power, such as surveillance and control. In the modified Surveillance Bed shown here, her interest in voyeurism and exhibitionism, characteristic of her work, is particularly evident. In this sense, the work manifests one of the most personal aspects of her wide-ranging work. She once formulated her underlying interest as follows: 'Power and its abuse is my most...
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