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    Vatican Vibes

    January 21, 2014  —  

    Musician Fatima Al Qadiri discusses a video she made with digital artist Tabor Robak, “Vatican Vibes,” which creates a visual analogy between the Vatican’s “centuries-old mechanisms of control over people” and video gamers’ “godlike power over populations.”  More
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    Fracking Away Our Air, Water and Land

    January 21, 2014  —  

    Artist Ruth Hardinger and Damascus Citizens for Sustainability director Barbara Arrindell argue that natural gas is not a “bridge fuel” to less hazardous energy sources, but a grave danger to communal resources and the global climate.  More
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    Shipped Off In Shackles

    January 21, 2014  —  

    As President Obama pushes for immigration reform at a moment when his own administration is reaching a record 2 million deportations, photographer John Moore offers a rare glimpse of the militarized deportation process.  More
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    Baghdad Last Night

    January 21, 2014  —  

    Marking the anniversary of the first Gulf War, photographer Sylvia Plachy shares images of the “broken world” she witnessed in Kuwait 23 years ago, which depict the oil fires that darkened the sky for months and debris strewn along the “Highway of Death” leading to Iraq.  More
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    On the Outskirts of Crypto City: The Architecture of Surveillance

    January 7, 2014  —  

    Amongst the banal office complexes of Fort Meade, Maryland, artist Ingrid Burrington investigated many of the private contractors that feed on the NSA surveillance empire. Burrington found what she calls “bland temples to the many demigods of an infinitely complicated cult.”  More
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    Editor's Letter

    This February, the Istanbul-based artist Ahmet Ögüt took part in a conditional withdrawal from the Biennale of Sydney due to its connections to Transfield Holdings—a corporation linked to the management...


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