Trevor Paglen.
A Compendium of Secrets.


Photographs by Trevor Paglen. Edited by Ute Riese. Text by Thomas Wagner, Ute Riese.
Kerber, 2011. 64 pp., 32 color and 11 black & white illustrations, 9½x11¾".



Publisher's Description
While studying maps of the United States, the political conceptualist Trevor Paglen discovered gaps—'white spaces,' as he calls them—that he then visited and photographed, making powerful photographs of political phenomena kept under conditions of extreme secrecy. These photographs show spy satellites, hidden military bases and test sites, a list of code names of military programs and a collection of military badges and insignia.

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