"Red Car" features more than 600 traffic camera images of, duh, red cars.
Others are more straightforward: a girl donning Halloween makeup in "Zombie" and a man tying one on in "Drunk."Caviezel's fascination with webcams started in 2000.
This can make the victims feel extremely ashamed and embarrassed.Kaviezel spent more than a year observing their relationship, concluding they were “very familiar … He says they're all logged on to a webcam community and presumably know that means someone might be watching.In six of the 29 cases, payment has been given by the victim.His series offers a curated glimpse through the 50,000 or so cameras he's bookmarked over the years.These cameras, each of which Caviezel insists he accesses legally, provide a view into everything from public squares to private bedrooms. Creepy, yes, but oddly compelling in the themes and patterns it reveals. "Users" is a composite of people making the same motion—sipping coffee, exhaling smoke, that sort of thing.Criminals might befriend victims online by using a fake identity and then persuade them to perform sexual acts in front of their webcam.