The work of Trevor Paglen (born in 1974 in the United States) is not photographic as such, but the exhibition he is holding at Metro Pictures in New York closely touches on the issue of representation. Inspired by eminently contemporary problems, such as information mining and mass surveillance, Paglen’s relationship to the image is deliberately devoid of any aestheticism. The...
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