I See You is a critique on panopticonism in Singapore, and it aims to draw a comparison between Singaporean society and other well known surveillance states such as China. With its recent implementation of a controversial social credit system, China’s government has come under criticism for racially profiling, and infringing on the human rights of those with low credit scores. The social credit system appears to come straight out of an otherworldly dystopian narrative, but would other countries (specifically Singapore) follow the same trajectory? Do we already live in a surveillance state without realising it? What does the future hold for us?