The work articulates contemporary concerns regarding technology addressing tracking, surveillance capitalism or surveillance architecture using AI, reflectively using certain tools like GAN or image recognition APIs. However, at the base of the project there is the willing to explore artificial intelligence as a tool to create art. Images are made and consumed by machines whereas eventually only the final output is meant for human consumption. In order to ‘regain’ control of this tool I explore it creating semi-abstract compositions. In this iteration I created ‘moving landscapes’ coming data gained from the full video of the parade for the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. China is the main player in the game of Ai surveillance and it is the biggest exporter of this technology. Moreover, it is the first Government to publicly admit to monitor the lives of its citizen using AI. In a globalized world where everything is ubiquitous, calculated and mediated, I am questioning politics of surveillance that may or may not be applied to and eventually affect my life. The Ai used are amongst those used in Ai surveillance: Depth perception, movement prediction, image segmentation and body and face detection.