Watch Me! Webcams and the Public Exposure of Private Lives

Knight, Brooke A.
December 2000
Art Journal;Winter2000, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p21
Academic Journal
Deals with the exposure of the self through personal Web camera productions. Impact of the exposure of the self on the surveillance model; How self-portraiture in Web cameras develop a sense of community among Web camera producers; Characteristics of the successful personal Web camera productions; Distinction of watching Webcams from other types of viewing; How Webcams test the limits of performance.


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