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Trevor Paglen, Detachment 3, Air Force Flight Test Center, Groom Lake, NV; Distance: 26 miles, 2008

Trevor Paglen, Detachment 3, Air Force Flight Test Center, Groom Lake, NV; Distance: 26 miles, 2008

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Secret state: Trevor Paglen documents the hidden world of governmental surveillance, from drone bases to "black sites" - Peter Popham, June 15, 2014, The Independent, UK, via Drudge:

Secret state: Trevor Paglen documents the hidden world of governmental surveillance, from drone bases to "black sites"

Secret state: Trevor Paglen documents the hidden world of governmental surveillance, from drone bases to "black sites" - Peter Popham, June 15, 2014, The Independent, UK, via Drudge:

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OTHERNIGHTSKY KEYHOLE 12-3/IMPROVED CRYSTAL Optical Reconnaissance Satellite Near Scorpio (USA 129) C-Print 48 x 60 inches 2007 © Trevor Paglen

OTHERNIGHTSKY KEYHOLE 12-3/IMPROVED CRYSTAL Optical Reconnaissance Satellite Near Scorpio (USA 129) C-Print 48 x 60 inches 2007 © Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen often folds art-historical references into his images, and he is particularly interested in painters concerned with the breakdown of representation, like J. M. W. Turner and Gerhard Richter. This photograph, of a site within the vast Nevada Test and Training Range, evokes Richter’s technique of smearing paintings with squeegees.

Trevor Paglen’s State Secrets

Trevor Paglen often folds art-historical references into his images, and he is particularly interested in painters concerned with the breakdown of representation, like J. M. W. Turner and Gerhard Richter. This photograph, of a site within the vast Nevada Test and Training Range, evokes Richter’s technique of smearing paintings with squeegees.

This photograph depicts a classified “listening station”deep in the forests of West Virginia. The station is located at the center of the “National Radio Quiet Zone,” a region of approximately 34,000 square kilometres in West Virginia and parts of Maryland. Within the Quiet Zone, radio transmissions are severely restricted: omnidirectional and high-powered transmissions (such as wireless internet devices and FM radio stations) are not permitted.

This photograph depicts a classified “listening station”deep in the forests of West Virginia. The station is located at the center of the “National Radio Quiet Zone,” a region of approximately 34,000 square kilometres in West Virginia and parts of Maryland. Within the Quiet Zone, radio transmissions are severely restricted: omnidirectional and high-powered transmissions (such as wireless internet devices and FM radio stations) are not permitted.

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Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen at the New Yorker

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Trevor Paglen at the New Yorker

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