May 21, 2012 8:05:00 pm
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Visual artist William Betts shows us the images he’s created from pictures taken by surveillance cameras mounted in various public places. These voyeuristic pieces, which add another dimension to the debate over personal privacy rights versus the need for the government to provide security, are included in the exhibition Recognition, on view at McClain Gallery.
William Betts talks with Troy Schulze.