Kinetic Artwork Attempts to Get a ‘Little Piece of Privacy’ with Mechanized Curtain


Berlin-based artist Niklas Roy isn’t just concerned about his privacy and protection online. To stop passersby from peeping into his workshop, he strung up a white, lace curtain stretching only partially across his window. Titled “My Little Piece of Privacy,” the ironic project from 2010 was established to offer seclusion to the artist, while recording those who walked past his space. Each outside movement triggers a motor to position the thin fabric in front of the person attempting to look inside.[…]

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1 Response to Kinetic Artwork Attempts to Get a ‘Little Piece of Privacy’ with Mechanized Curtain

  1. I think I would have played with it as well …

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