The Surveillance Awareness Bureau (SAB) created a space for critical discussion about systems of surveillance, and awareness of the issues around privacy, liberty, control and abuse they raised at this time. Featuring some of the alternatives proposed by artists, designers, scholars and journalists, this temporary office aimed to highlight the tension and risks between seeing and not seeing the effects of technologies, and the vulnerability of humans in a space of "control framed by usual unawareness". Produced and curated by Modelab, the project brought together a range of international and New Zealand contributors with a public programme: Hemi Macgregor (NZ), Simon Denny (Venice Biennale), Terri Te Tau (NZ), Zach Blas (USA), James Bridle (UK), Paolo Cirio (IT/USA), Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (MEX), and Ruben Pater (NL). I re-exhibitied four works from 'Remote Control' (NRO 2). 'Agent Provocateur #1', 'Agent Provocateur #2', 'Agent Provocateur #3' and 'Focus'.