People Guidance System
Intervention / Video: 11:27min
Instinctively, everyone was talking about Michel Foucault when the virus came. By epidemic policy, he means the establishment of structures that serve to control the situation, but which will have established themselves as power mechanisms in later forms of society. For example, at the time of the plague, cities were divided into districts for the first time and supervisors were appointed for each district. These responsible persons collect information about the number of people per house, document presence and absence, and the condition of everyone. Once a day, all residents of a house must present themselves at the window, one after the other, to proof that they are in good health. Control, measurement, registration, parcelling of space, disciplining.