From clandestine military bases to spy satellites, Trevor Paglen photographs invisible America.
Articles by Alex Pasternack
"Houston, we are the problem," someone scrawled last week on Space Shuttle Independence, along with other awful things.
The well-respected security analyst analyzing the Snowden documents, on the dangerous trade-offs we make on the Internet.
Anti-iconography leaning against the pristine obsessions of collection culture.
The most traveled torch in Olympic history is having some trouble carrying the sacred flame.
There's nothing creepier to the surveillance apparatus than The Person Impervious to Face Recognizing Cameras.
"Wounds of Waziristan," Tahir's first documentary, puts an emphasis on what things look like on the ground in her native Pakistan, with the aim of making the effects of the war more visible. I spoke to her last week on the occasion of the film's rele…
Meet the people who live in Pakistan's Tribal Areas, under the eyes of American drones, and in the wake of their destruction.
Two years after Steve Jobs unveiled his biggest-ever product—a spaceship-like headquarters—this is how Apple described the multi-billion dollar vision to Cupertino.
An unusual new graphic from Harvard explains the evolution of life on a planetary scale.