More protest art. This time from LED light artist Jim Campbell. Campbell’s ten new works currently on view at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, are based on recordings from a recent political rally. The largest and most compelling work in the show is a matrix-like composition of blurry imagery of protesters which chillingly underscores state-sponsored surveillance and the ever-tightening snare of digital technologies. Campbell knows that these days someone’s always watching and privacy has mostly become an illusion. He expertly employs technology and light to frame larger questions of perception, high-tech dependency, and privacy in a world where the very idea of limits is slowly melting away. At Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery through June 17.