In our modern society the gaze of many have been fixed on a few. Cameras line our streets, protect our homes and guard our valuables. They provide a sense of comfort to some and paranoia to others. Scopofilia and its deviant accomplice, voyeurism, literally epitomize the fetishized love of looking. The origins of the concept lie in Freudian psychoanalysis, and now this gaze has become a commonplace aspect of contemporary culture. ‘Scopofiliac’ explores the dichotomy by making the surveillance material available to those surveyed. By juxtaposing the painted image with a hidden camera that tracks and mirrors, the viewers are able to see themselves as part of the artwork, literally and figuratively becoming their own voyeur.