Cameron Rowland

Handpunch, 2014
Five photographs
42,55 x 32,39 (framed)

AP 1/2 of an edition of 5 + 2 AP

In businesses where employees' time is one of the most valuable assets, the Handpunch time clock secures this time. Manufactured by Schlage (the American lock company) the Handpunch uses biometric readings of employees' right hands to inhibit false clock-ins and payment for false hours. Biometric recognition was developed to replace photography as a superior form of criminal indexing.