WMMNA: One Photographer’s Take On The Architecture Of Fear

WMMNA: One Photographer’s Take On The Architecture Of Fear
Design

An interview with a photographer who shoots CIA 'black sites' and covert satellites.

Regine Debatty
  • 23 november 2011

Opening Architecture of Fear. Photo: Kristof Vrancken / Z33

I suspect that there are very few places left on this planet that haven’t been discovered by intrepid explorers. Yet, Trevor Paglen has found and investigated territories that still need to be documented and exposed to the world. If you’ve never seen his photographs, I suggest you swing by the Z33 House for Contemporary Art Center in Hasselt, Belgium. They are part of Architecture of Fear, an exhibition that examines how feelings of fear pervade our daily life.

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