American artist Richard Gordon takes pictures of surveillance cameras in boring everyday places. We asked him what he thought it meant to be a ‘voyeur’, and why he says he ‘doesn’t care about his subjects’.



Works from Richard Gordon’s ‘Meta Photographs’ series are on display in Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera at Tate Modern until 3 October 2010. Part of a series of Exposed interviews available for free on your mobile phone at Tate Modern: