• Western FlagJohn Gerard

    Western Flag depicts the site of the 'Lucas Gusher' - the world's first major oil find - in Spindletop, Texas in 1901, now barren and exhausted.

    John Gerard
  • Sites UnseenTrevor Paglen

    Sites Unseen blurs the lines between art, science, and investigative journalism to construct unfamiliar and at times unsettling ways to see and interpret the world around us.

    Smithsonian Museum of American Art
  • AttentionPaulo Cirio

    An intervention in the attention economy of advertising by social media influencers, looking at the language of the photographic medium on Instagram.

    Paulo Cirio
  • Temporary MonumentsLigoranoReese

    LigoranoReese installed a 2500 pound ice sculpture of the word Truth on the National Mall in front of the U.S. Capitol as it melted away.

  • Epicurean EndocrinologyLiz Flyntz & Byron Rich

    Epicurean Endocrinology uses food and vernacular cooking to examine the intersections of food production and endocrine disruptors as they relate to biopolitics.

    Cooking Sex
  • Shadow StalkerLynn Hershman

    Shadow Stalker gives visitors a chilling sense of their own vulnerability to data-mining when entering the installation: fetching biographical data, names of friends, loved ones, before spitting out a data shadow.

    Lynn Hershman
  • Border TunerRafael Lozano-Hemmer

    Border Tuner is a large-scale, participatory art installation designed to interconnect the cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

    Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
  • The Game:The GameAngelo Washko

    The Game:The Game is a feminist video game presenting an exploration of consent and the politics, tactics and practices of the male pick-up artist and seduction community.

    Angelo Washko
  • Triple-ChaserForensic Architecture

    Forensic Architecture’s submission for the 2019 Whitney Biennial included an extensive investigation into the use of tear gas and bullets manufactured by companies led by Warren Kanders, a Whitney Museum vice chair.

  • My Little Big DataEva & Franco Mattes

    My Little Big Data is a reflection on the insoluble link between public and private life, on the idea of privacy, on the invisible traces that we unknowingly disseminate in the network every time we connect.

  • Ghost ForestMaya Lin

    Ghost Forest is a towering grove of spectral cedar trees that brings into focus the consequences and ravages of climate change on woodlands around the world.

    Madison Square Park
  • Tracking Transience v2.2Hasan Elahi

    Hasan Elahi performs 24/7 tracking of his geo-spatial coordinates as an act of self-espionage, giving up his data as a subversive performance that engages and critiques issues of surveillance and privacy.

    Hasan Elahi