Peak Ignorance 

How far will humans go to avoid uncomfortable truth?

In Berlin, an eerily lifelike sculpture, almost fully submerged in water, features about 20 aging, pale men huddled in suits. The piece by Isaac Cordal is titled "Electoral Campaign," and it reflects the uncomfortable reality felt around the globe as we…

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