geweld, racisme

Breonna Taylor, projected

“A photograph of Breonna Taylor, projected onto the statue of Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va., July 2020.Credit…Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA, via Shutterstock […]

geweld, onrecht


Door: Suzanne Lacy. “Three Weeks in May 1977, reenacted by Lacy in 2014, was an attempt to highlight the problem of rape encouraging victims to speak […]

geweld, onrecht


Door: Grupo de Arte Callejero “On March 20, 2002, and April 19, 2002, hundreds of stickers were affixed to desks in the classrooms of the […]

digitalisering, geweld

Protect and Server

Door: Jonah Brucker-Cohen and Mark Ramos “To Protect and Server is a reconfiguration of Google’s popular “ReCaptcha” software that helps protect websites from spam and […]

geweld, onrecht, surveillance

Said mural

Door: Ammar Abo Bakr. “Activist and graffiti artist Ammar Abo Bakr created a mural in Mohamed Mahmoud Street in Cairo depicting martyrs who were tortured […]

geweld, racisme

NACCP banner

“Between 1920 and 1938, the NAACP flew a flag outside its headquarters on Fifth Avenue in New York City reading, “A man was lynched yesterday.” […]

geweld, institutionalisering

Nothing much

Door: Noelle Mason. Volledige titel: Nothing Much Happened Today (for Eric and Dylan) – Cotton X-Stitch 32″ x 40″ “Through proximity, craft and scale the […]

geweld, racisme, stereotypering


Door Arthur Jafa “Apex brengt gedurende ongeveer acht minuten meer dan 800 beladen afbeeldingen samen in de vorm van een snelle digitale diavoorstelling. Het gaat om […]

geweld, mode, oorlog

Kevlar onesie

Door: Dave Cole. “In a 2008 ArtForum reviewed Cole’s solo show at the Judi Rotenberg Gallery stating, “Dave Cole blurs the lines between homespun and […]

geweld, sociale druk

Domestic Tention

Door: Wafaa Bilal. “Iraqi born Wafaa Bilal has become known for provocative interactive video installations. Many of Bilal’s projects over the past few years have […]

geweld, onrecht

Nutshell Studies

Door: Frances Glessner Lee. “Through the creative genius of Frances Glessner Lee, first female police captain in America and crime scene investigator-extraordinaire. During the 1940s […]

geweld, onderdrukking

Zapatista Dolls

“Handmade dolls from Chiapas, birthplace of the Zapatista movement (Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional). Left to right: Subcomandante Marcos, leader of the entire thing, with […]

geweld, racisme

The South

Door: Seymour Chwast. “Juxtaposing southern imagery, haunting song lyrics, and photographs of slain civil rights leaders, The South, completed by Chwast in 1969, stands as […]

geweld, onderdrukking

Inflatable Cobblestones

Door: Eclectic Electric Collective. “Inflatable Cobblestones” produced by the Catalan protest group Eclectic Electric Collective were intended as tools of comedic subversion during the general […]

biopolitiek, geweld

Cow heartbeat record

Door: Basse Stittgen. “All the objects are made 100% out of blood without any additives. The objects play on different associations towards blood. An eggholder […]

geweld, mode

Buildings of Disaster

Door: Constantin and Laurene Leon Boym “Buildings of Disaster, miniature replicas of structures related to tragic or violent events. The first building in the new […]