Ever get the feeling that you might be in the process of being watched? If so, you’ll probably have an idea of what photographer Arne Svenson’s subjects in his latest project, “The Neighbors” are feeling. Svenson blurs the lines of photographic voyeurism in this series, using his camera to focus on one building directly across from his home in Tribeca in New York City.
““New Yorkers are masters of being both the observer and the observed. We live so densely packed together that contact is inevitable—even our homes are stacked facing each other. I have found this symbiotic relationship between the looker and the observed only here—we understand that privacy is fluid and that glass truly is transparent.”
Read more — and see more photos — here: http://slate.me/12JmE0H