Blurred Privacy reveals voyeuristic view in the context of Slovenes and Austrians and their relationship towards privacy. Slovenians were mostly happy of arrival of Google Street View while this service is still not available in Austria.
It represents a newly created Google 360 degree panorama of Marktplatz in Wies and Main Square in Slovenj Gradec. The author has used Google’s technology to replicate her self as clones. This approach creates spatio-temporal document build and decrypted by the author. Neutral representation of reality, torn from any social context except geo-locational gets a new role.