Last fall, Trevor Paglen, an artist with a PhD in geography, collaborated with MIT scientists to create a disc micro-etched with 100 photos and encased in a gold shell that was launched into space in a satellite designed to orbit the Earth for billions of years. His show at Metro Pictures includes some of these “Last Pictures,” as well as photographs Paglen covertly took of surveillance drones zooming around deserts in the southwest United States.
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