Forensic Architecture and the Center for Spatial Technologies exposed the historical symbolism of a Russian strike on Kyiv TV Tower near Babyn Yar, the site of a Holocaust mass grave.
The report, while focused on the racist attack in Germany, comes as shootings proliferate at an alarming rate in the US.
A new investigation examines Israel’s repeated attacks on Anthedon, Gaza’s first known seaport.
Over two dozen artists including Mandy El-Sayegh and Oscar Murillo have signed an open letter that says the incident “sets a very dangerous precedent.”
After learning that its statement had been removed from the exhibition, Forensic Architecture requested that its works be withdrawn from the exhibition.
The comprehensive project is designed to be used as evidence in future legal cases, according to the London-based research collective.
The seven shorts of the anthology The Year of the Everlasting Storm are impressively varied, given the constraints under which they were made.
In hiring me to curate Forensic Architecture’s first US survey exhibition, the museum mouthed the words of social justice but with the realization that those words would preface consequences, it began to choke.
The organizations verified over 1,000 pieces of video evidence showing hundreds of attacks on civilians and journalists during this year’s demonstrations.
Kanders, who was ousted from the Whitney board last summer after months of protest, says he will sell certain divisions of Safariland.
Neal Sher accuses the Whitney’s leadership of being complicit in “unlawful conduct, harassment, threats and intimidation” against Kanders. He was disbarred by the District of Columbia in 2003 but practices in New York after a period of disciplinary suspension.
Set to attend the opening of his exhibition at Miami’s Museum of Art and Design, Eyal Weizman was told by an officer at the US Embassy in London that his visa was revoked for triggering a “security algorithm.”