Trevor Paglen

SpaceX

Watch SpaceX Launch 64 Satellites Aboard a Twice-Used Rocket

The “SmallSat Express” mission is launching a space sculpture and 63 other small satellites, making it the largest satellite launch in US history.
Daniel Oberhaus
12.3.18
Garage Magazine

Pervy Snapshots and Fallible Machines: Around Openings in Tribeca

With the previous evening's batch of new-season Chelsea gallery openings already receding into memory (24 hours is a long time in the art world), did the following day's events offer any special satisfactions?
Joseph R. Wolin
9.18.17
video

Afropunk Style, Hyperflesh Masks, and a Deep Web Dive | Culture Beat Episode 2

The Creators Project's bi-weekly roundup of the most exciting, outlandish, and mind-expanding art.
The Creators Project
9.8.16
video

Trevor Paglen's Deep Web Dive | Behind the Scenes

Taking his art to a literal new level, the artist dives deep in the Atlantic Ocean to photograph NSA underwater internet cables.
The Creators Project
8.30.16
Art

Introducing 'Deep Web Dive,' an Underwater Documentary with Trevor Paglen

Off the coast of Florida, the artist dives to reveal the truth about the internet.
The Creators Project
3.11.16
Art

Little Sister's Watching, Too: Surveillance Art and the Ethics of Looking

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.
Sami Emory
1.5.16
Art

6 Artists Who Aren't Afraid to Work with Radioactive Materials

Warning: This art may be bad for your health.
Marina Garcia-Vasquez
10.8.15
video

The Radioactive Art Exhibit You Can't See | Don't Follow The Wind

Japanese collective ChimPom created a radioactive art installation.
The Creators Project
9.23.15
Design

The Internet Looks Like Nothing

We visualize the internet like a vast circuit board, but the stories that make up the internet’s infrastructure have much more depth than a simple diagram.
Adam Rothstein
9.19.15
Art

Why Is It So Hard to See the NSA?

Photographer Trevor Paglen’s new exhibition focuses on uncovering the physical infrastructure of governmental surveillance.
Kyle Chayka
9.16.15
The Road to Nowhere Issue

Photographs of the Underwater Telecommunication Cables Tapped by the NSA

Trevor Paglen took a literal deep dive into government surveillance for his latest project.
Zach Sokol
9.10.15
Art

See Germany's Most-Monitored Areas in Collaged Surveillance Snapshots

An abstract portrait of Germany's surveillance system emerges in artist Florian Freier's 'Cached Landscapes.'
Sami Emory
6.2.15
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