Photographs by Aziz + Cucher are featured in Haley Sweetland Edwards’ article for Time: “The Fallacy of ‘Free Speech'”:

Newton’s Third Law holds that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, which may provide the best explanation for what is occurring simultaneously on the left and on the right, on America’s campuses and the campaign trail. In both cases it’s enough to make defenders of the First Amendment curl up in despair.

The campus revolts just keep coming, as student go to ever greater lengths to defend their right not to be upset. This has now gone well past administrators’ labeling texts with “trigger warnings” to help students avoid having to read about difficult topics like racism or rape, or Mount Holyoke’s canceling a performance of The Vagina Monologues for fear of excluding women who don’t have vaginas.

View the full article

Browse the series “Dystopia” at ClampArt
Browse all of Aziz + Cucher’s work at ClampArt