The Japanese artist collective Chim↑Pom has built a treehouse dubbed “USA Visitor Center” that looks across the US–Mexico border.
In Hypernormalisation (2016), Adam Curtis not only anticipates Trump’s victory, but also zeroes in on the abject disbelief and shock that followed in its wake.
In the game The Founder, you build the most disruptive, innovative, synergized startup in the world, but your success destroys the planet in the process.
In these stereoviews populated by skeletons, hell is host to boating races, parties, and even a lavish boudoir for one “Madame Satan.”
A suspended, stringy installation of boat forms by Chiharu Shiota in a Parisian department store evokes the uncertainty and peril of migrants’ journeys.
Following President Trump’s executive order limiting travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, cultural groups and organizations have issued statements against the ban.
Produced for the Global Game Jam, Zombies Come in Waves positions you as Donald Trump riding a wave of zombies through a post-apocalyptic world (and collecting coins along the way).
Erlich’s monumental Port of Reflections will be on view for the first time in the United States from February 5 – July 30, 2017.
Over the course of his life, Sergei Eisenstein amassed 5,000 sketches, including his “sex drawings,” which depict various sex acts that are not limited to humans.
Refugees aren’t faceless people; they are part of our families.