Edmund Clark: State Control and the War of Terror (Jul 2016)

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The Imperial War Museum's thought-provoking new exhibition will explore the hidden experiences of state control during the 'Global War on Terror'.

By looking at the issues of security, secrecy, representation and legality, the exhibition will use the work of artist/photographer Edmund Clark to examine the measures taken by nation states to protect their citizens from the threat of terrorism.

Some of the interesting images and documents that Clark uses will shine a light on the CIA's secret prisons, or 'black sites', the detention camps at Guantanamo Bay, and the experiences of a 'controlled person' under house arrest in England, under the restrictive conditions of a control order.

 

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