Ai, Jacques Herzog, and Pierre de Meuron staged a creepily prescient installation at the Park Avenue Armory.
Taking his art to a literal new level, the artist dives deep in the Atlantic Ocean to photograph NSA underwater internet cables.
Jill Magid’s 'Evidence Locker' was comprised of an archive of edited video footage and poetic file requests to civil servants.
The Big Data Pawn Shop is an online superstore of kitschy knick knacks decorated with leaked NSA documents.
Off the coast of Florida, the artist dives to reveal the truth about the internet.
The show features 14 works from artists, like Trevor Paglen and James Bridle, that explore the intersections of surveillance agencies and operations with civic rights and privacy.
Visual definitions shed light on 2015's biggest art trends.
Jakub Geltner is placing security cameras in random places to criticize the modern surveillance state.
Visitors can follow the CCTV-esque feed the artist made using a GoPro Hero 4.
A Toronto engineering professor has created a device that can illuminate any camera’s field of vision.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) digital rights advocacy organization honors the artist for his photography work in "counter-surveillance."
You might see a lot more Leo Selvaggios walking around your neighborhood in the near future.