An architect talks about her data maps of urban conflict from Brooklyn to Aleppo.
“He needed to know everything about her, and we went beyond his narrative—into his hard drive—to know everything about him.”
Hardship, the borough of Queens, and new American pilgrims.
California’s Arts-In-Corrections program offers new meaning to modes and methodologies of institutional critique, bringing the relationship between art and morality into focus, both inside prison walls and beyond.
Danzig Baldaev, hired by the KGB to document tattoo symbolism within the Russian penal system, secretly sketched the atrocities inflicted on political prisoners. The drawings are now published in Drawings from the Gulag.
Whether sneaking into maximum-security prisons or leading unauthorized expeditions to secret military bases, Trevor Paglen combines rigorous research with aesthetic savvy.