Nice profile on Trevor Paglen, the artist (and geographer) in the New Yorker about his work photographing spy satellites and military bases.
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Reblogged this on rhulgeopolitics and commented:
Nice to see this profile of Trevor Paglen thanks to Open Geography. Trevor has a chapter in an edited collection i’m co-editing with Alison Williams and Mark Whitehead. The book is titled From Above, out with Hurst/OUP hopefully by June next year. PA
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Jeremy Crampton links to a piece in the New Yorker on Trevor Paglen.