Entanglements is the installation representing the topics of inverse surveillance, sousveillance and coveillance. The initial purpose of the assemblage was to personify the concept of Big Brother. By utilizing several cameras sporadically placed around and outside the exhibition space to represent the all-seeing eyes of Big Brother and using cables to represent neural-like pathways that will converge together to form a brain-like mass resting on top of a spinal cord-like structure, Big Brother will develop a pseudo nervous/sensory system. An attached television monitor will transmit captured feeds from these cameras and other cameras not present in the space to give the sensory system a vision. The coveillance aspect of the installation will arise with the artist talk. I will give my talk in a removed fashion and transmit it from a surveillance camera and onto the television screen. My presence will be indirectly available to the audience. Art is becoming more removed as we progress into the future and therefore the aura of the artist is oddly enough becoming digitized. Our relationships with art and the artists that create it are now being mediated through countless screens, removed from a direct connection similar to the notion of surveillance.