Trevor Paglen
  • Trinity Cube

    Site-specific artwork for the Fukushima Exclusion Zone.

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  • Artist Talk
    Trevor Paglen and Jenny Holzer - Art Basel
    Trevor Paglen and Jenny Holzer discuss their work and new ideas regarding current information and communication conditions. Moderated by Kate Crawford.

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  • Autonomy Cube

    Autonomy Cube is a sculpture designed to be housed in art museums, galleries, and civic spaces. The sculpture is meant to be both “seen” and “used.” This happens in several ways. Several Internet-connected computers housed within the work create an open Wi-Fi hotspot call...

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  • Smithsonian
    Distinguished Lecture - Trevor Paglen
    From tapped fiberoptic cables at the bottom of the sea to football field-sized antennas in deep space, the architecture of state surveillance is as ubiquitous as it is invisible. In this talk, artist Trevor Paglen shares more than a decade's worth of images, research, and stories...

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The Creators Project Behind the Scenes - Trevor Paglen's Deep Web Dive, 2016

The Creators Project travels to Miami to meet Trevor Paglen, an artist, experimental geographer, and counter-surveillance researcher most known for...

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The Creators Project travels to Miami to meet Trevor Paglen, an artist, experimental geographer, and counter-surveillance researcher most known for his long distance pictures of secret military bases, and his contribution to the Edward Snowden documentary Citizenfour. In Miami, Trevor takes his art to a new level, deep diving in the Atlantic Ocean to photograph NSA-tapped underwater internet cables. We get inside the struggle between the physical reality vs. abstract concepts of privacy and the vulnerability of our data networks.

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Autonomy Cube (2014)


Autonomy Cube is a sculpture designed to be housed in art museums, galleries, and civic spaces.

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They Watch the Moon, 2010

C-print

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