In his installation film The Destructors, Imran Peretta looks at the trauma inflicted by counterterrorism laws.
“This feels like a loss,” said Andrea Prasow of Human Rights Watch while touring the museum, flagging several errors in how curators have presented the history of torture and interrogation.
NEW PALTZ, NEW YORK — I recently saw the group show ostensibly about ornamentation and abstraction at the Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz, and came away thinking I’d just seen a show about politics, hegemony, and the War on Terror.
LONDON — The conversation of war has dwindled.
Artist Sofia Niazi is a Londoner, born and raised. But in a post-9/11 world, Niazi has been troubled by how her city and her country have changed, by how people in her community are being treated.
Tomorrow, New Yorkers will flock to the newly opened National September 11 Memorial & Museum in lower Manhattan to remember the nearly 3,000 lives that were lost on that day.
Finnish street artist Sampsa and Egyptian street artist Ganzeer are being labeled as “terrorists” by various Egyptian media outlets, but why?