Analog TVs, hidden cameras, cotton, air dry clay, black thread, LED bulb
34 x 38 x 20 inches (0.9 x 1 x 0.5 m)
'The Gaze of Violence' is a media installation that deals with the social violence against victims of sexual assault. Countless women are suffering from sex crimes nowadays however they don’t have many options for their situations and just try to hide their pains under social oppression. Most people often just sit by and watch others' pain that they want to forget, define it arbitrarily, or consume it casually as a gossip. This ruthless and indifferent attitude of society is represented through hidden cameras digging up other’s pains ruthlessly and two channels screens revealing them to public.