Surveillance - Orwell's 1984

The definition of surveillance is “A monitoring of behaviour activities or information to influence, manage or direct”. How does surveillance affect our perception of the world? People do not care that much, yet they do not even mind what data they share on the Internet, including Social Media, like Facebook, TikTok, or Google. We are constantly being watched on the Internet, by CCTV in our surrounding, and by many other methods, and this was well illustrated in the 1984 Book by George Orwell.

Camera Movement

The camera Movement campaign was meant to inform people about the serious matter that is Surveillance. The campaign had three main categories of the marketing campaign.
"The Surveillance in the Surrounding" to inform about surveillance such as CCTV.
"Know What You Share" to inform people on personal data usage. "Society, Security, Safety" to inform how to prevent being under surveillance.

“The Big Brother is watching you.”

Society, Security, Safety Poster 1
Society, Security, Safety Poster 1
Society, Security, Safety Poster 1

Bartek Wiatrek