Justin Diggle, who lives in Salt Lake City and teaches at the University of Utah, added four intaglio prints from 2014 to his archive at the AP/RC.
Diggle writes about his work: In our increasingly technological society it is becoming common to be spied upon or to perhaps spy on others. Just walking down the street can mean that you have been filmed several times, either from street cameras or ATM machines etc. …The use of bird imagery in my prints acts as a metaphor for surveillance. This adds an expressive character so that the viewer will not just see a sterile representation of equipment, but will be reminded that it is controlled and programmed by individuals.