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Plaster Noses Scattered Across London's Notable Buildings Highlight Government Surveillance

Artist Rick Buckley wanted to use his talents to protest the increasing use of closed-circuit television cameras in his hometown of London. In 1997, the sculpter took a cast of his own nose, mixed plaster and a polymer compound to match the brickwork about town, and glued his molds to hard-to-reach spots on some of London’s most prolific buildings in an attempt to highlight the snoopy nature of the government.
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