Exhibition of installations, photography, and videotapes by artists who have either usurped surveillance procedures employed by spies, private investigators and security companies, or who have incorporated state-of-the-art surveillance technologies into their work. Artists included: John Baldessari, Nancy Buchanan, Elsa Cayo, Bruce Charlesworth, Peter D’Agostino, Dieter Froese, Louis Hock, Michael Klier, Margia Kramer, Gary Lloyd, Chip Lord, Richard Lowenberg, Heiner Muhlenbrock, Noriaki Nakagawa, Ocean earth, Pacific Street Films, Paper Tiger TV, Richard Prelinger, Carol Rainey and Steven Feldman, Aron Ranen, Martha Rosler, Paul Ryan and Michael Shamberg, Sam Samore, Julia Scher, Jake Seniuk, Michael Smith and Lewis Stein. Co-curated by Debora Irmas (photography) and Branda Miller (video and installations). Supported in part by a Special Exhibitions grant from the National Endowment for the Arts-Museum Program. The videotapes were shown at the Image and Sound Festival at the Kijkhuis, June 26 – July 3, 1987 in The Hague, Holland.