Garbage for the Gap, 2009, 6m36sec digital video

Culled from several walks with a surveillance mirror strapped to my back to distort and warp space as I moved. 

The mirror on my back directly opposes the mirror of the camera lens itself, creating an infinite space where each step forward (and away from the camera) places a distorted image of what is left behind, altering the landscape in realtime. 

This object of surveillance, typically used to remotely observe, now becomes a distortion in that which is surveyed.