Someone to Watch Over Me

Feature

Friday, May 11, 2007

Meet Hasan Elahi. He's an American artist with a focus on new media. After someone reported him as a terrorist, he began using the power of the internet to clear his name: he posts every last detail of his private life, from cell phone records to lunches to urinals. He told Brooke Darrah Shuman how he's made his website an art project called Tracking Transience.

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Brooke Darrah Shuman

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