Trevor Paglen Brings Surveillance to Metro Pictures

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/09/arts/design/trevor-paglen-brings-surveillance-to-metro-pictures.html?ribbon-ad-idx=16&rref=arts/design&module=Ribbon&version=context&region=Header&action=click&contentCollection=Art%20%26%20Design&pgtype=article

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3 thoughts on “Trevor Paglen Brings Surveillance to Metro Pictures

  1. I am definitely interested in artists calling attention to privacy issues like this. I looked at his website to explore more of his work, I am very interested in some of the other projects he has been involved in, as he is thinking about issues currently happening around the world. He was recently in an exhibition that took place in the Fukushima exclusion zone and included other artists such as Ai Weiwei, talking about issues around nuclear power and the disaster itself. http://www.paglen.com/?l=work&s=fukushima

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  2. I think this concept interesting to focus on as I often do not consider all ways that information is shared; this is an approach I have not seen before. The work in this article is a bit difficult to see to more so I looked at his website and thought it was interesting and a particularly good one.

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