Mishka Henner, a Belgian artist, found a stylistic voice in how the Dutch government decided to shield its secure locations from Google Earth. Henner’s website states: “The Dutch method of censorship is notable for its stylistic intervention compared to other countries; imposing bold, multi-coloured polygons over sites rather than the subtler and more standard techniques employed in other countries. The result is a landscape occasionally punctuated by sharp aesthetic contrasts between secret sites and the rural and urban environments surrounding them.” This is an inkjet print of the Staphorst Ammunition Depot, from 2011.
Mishka Henner, a Belgian artist, found a stylistic voice in how the Dutch government decided to shield its secure locations from Google Earth. Henner’s website states: “The Dutch method of censorship is notable for its stylistic intervention compared to other countries; imposing bold, multi-coloured polygons over sites rather than the subtler and more standard techniques employed in other countries. The result is a landscape occasionally punctuated by sharp aesthetic contrasts between secret sites and the rural and urban environments surrounding them.” This is an inkjet print of the Staphorst Ammunition Depot, from 2011. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Mishka Henner, a Belgian artist, found a stylistic voice in how the Dutch government decided to shield its secure locations from Google Earth. Henner’s website states: “The Dutch method of censorship is notable for its stylistic intervention compared to other countries; imposing bold, multi-coloured polygons over sites rather than the subtler and more standard techniques employed in other countries. The result is a landscape occasionally punctuated by sharp aesthetic contrasts between secret sites and the rural and urban environments surrounding them.” This is an inkjet print of the Staphorst Ammunition Depot, from 2011. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

To watch and be watched makes for unsettling and profound show at the Nelson-Atkins museum

October 21, 2016 8:00 AM