Gun Control is an electromechanical installation, which explores underlying issues of both security and surveillance. Each of the four units incorporates a police-issue semi-automatic and a small video camera. As people move into the installation space, the cameras track the movement and the guns follow.
However, the technology is imperfect. The cameras do not always function properly. The pistols point at different targets. They sometimes twirl about playfully. The armatures shake and rattle. We are directly in the line of fire. This piece raises questions about our security-surveillance apparatus by prompting a visceral reaction.