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James Bridle's drone art near White house

James Bridle doesn't shy away from what he cannot see - he seeks it out and attempts to make it visible.

In fact, in the British artist's new show at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, Bridle puts the attention on a new technology that is meant to be heard and not seen: the drone.

You can see a feature on Bridle's exhibition, A Quiet Disposition, including the creation of the drone shadow across the street from the White House, here.

Bridle also talked to the BBC about some of his other artwork about drones including Watching the Watchers.

Produced by the BBC's Bill McKenna. Extra production by Felicia Barr.

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