This edited collection brings together a selection of creative, critical, and scholarly works that speak to each other in their engagement with art and surveillance. We invite artworks, art writing, and scholarly writing that address a range of topics associated with surveillance.

Specifically, we are interested in contributions that situate art in relation to the beliefs and value systems that enable and justify the applications of surveillance as a system and technology of social control (Browne 2012; Maynard 2017).