“My life is not your porn,” is the project tackling spycam crimes and will inform the public about the seriousness of these crimes. There are no longer safe places for Korean women due to spycams. They are installed in many public spaces, such as public restrooms, libraries, and transportation stations. They target women and are rampant not only in South Korea but worldwide. Criminals film women who are undressing, using the toilet, or conducting other private activities in a public or private space without consent. They also profit by distributing these videos or images online. This project aims to inform people about the situation and to further encourage everyone to speak out against this problem so that women across the world can feel safe.
Many people who live outside of South Korea lack understanding of spycam crime, even though it’s happening around the world. To convince them we used infographics, Wikipedia pages re: indicated crimes, and more. To grab the audience’s attention and highlight the seriousness of the crime, vivid colors were used and the screen was divided to show the viewpoint of a surveillance camera.
Most of the audience was shocked by the rampant spycam crimes and numbers, leading to good results and better awareness, which were some of the goals of the project.