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TREVOR PAGLEN
EXPOSING GOVERNMENT SECRECY
IN THE NAME OF ART

Trevor Paglen has made a handful of thought-provoking contributions that expose government secrecy and he’s done it all in the name of art. Many of his projects deal with exploring the military “black world”. The following is a collection of photos of black ops military bases taken with powerful telescopes.
His personal site: http://www.paglen.com/

NSA Headquarters Fort Meade, Maryland
With a 2013 budget request of approximately $10.8 billion, the NSA is the second-largest agency in the U.S. intelligence community. The first is the CIA.
Link: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/photos-of-nsa-headquarters-revealed-for-the-first-time

Tonopah Test Range South Nevada
Located in Nellis Complex In Nevada, the Tonopah Test Range is a major hub for classified military programs. The origins of the base go back to the 1950s… In the late 1970s, the Tonopah Test Range underwent a massive overhaul that transformed the base into a major center of “black world” activity.
Link: http://vectors.usc.edu/issues/4/trevorpaglen/page2.php?primaryId=3&secondaryId=12

Area 51 Groom Lake, Nevada
This is the most famous secret military base of all time. This photo was shot from 26 miles away.
Link: https://artsy.net/artwork/trevor-paglen-detachment-3-air-force-flight-test-center-groom-lake-nv-distance—26-miles

Reaper Drone Creech Air Foce Base, Nevada
This photo was shot 2 miles away from Creech Air Force Base. “…a United States Air Force command and control facility used “to engage in daily Overseas Contingency Operations… of remotely piloted aircraft systems which fly missions across the globe.” –Via wikipedia.
Link: http://brianholmes.wordpress.com/2011/09/08/visiting-the-planetarium/

NSA Listening Station Sugar Grove, West Virginia
This photo is titled, “They Watch the Moon” and is of Sugar Grove listening station. It is part of an ECHELON classified and automated network of ground stations, developed to intercept and relay date communications. It is strategically located in a restricted radio transmissions area. 
Link: http://nicolatriscott.org/tag/outer-space/

Predator Drone Indian Springs, Nevada
An untitled photo of a Predator Drone outside Creech Air Force Base.
Link: http://dronecenter.bard.edu/interview-trevor-paglen/