An ongoing photo series on commuters in New York City.
Recently, on a Wednesday afternoon on Gun Hill Road, a produce vendor was ticketed and fined for not having a permit. He had to dismantle his tent and all of his produce was carted away by a City Harvest truck. Officers on the scene stated that somebody had issued a complaint to their local police officers.
The sun was about to set at Williamsbridge Oval Park in the Bronx, but the action was just getting started. A group of Mexican and West African young men changed into sneakers in the middle of the soccer field.
It is impossible to speak of Istanbul today without recourse to the troubled relationship between the city's inhabitants and the widespread urban development and gentrification projects administered by the state. The revelations of Gezi have brought these conversations out into the open and they are further gauged in artistic projects that reflect on...
With the reauthorisation of the USA PATRIOT Act up for contestation on 1 June 2015, German net activist Michael Seemann's recent book Digital Tailspin: Ten Rules for the Internet After Snowden couldn't be a timelier contribution to the debates surrounding mass digital surveillance, network neutrality and information freedom.
"It's like a soup made with two carrots and ten gallons of broth," an artist remarked during our conversation about The Moving Museum's exhibition in Şişhane Otopark, held from 28 October till 14 December 2014. I, too, felt underwhelmed, given The Moving Museum's extremely successful self-branding strategies and steady press output since its...