Chilean born artist, architect, and filmmaker Alfredo Jaar creates installations, photographs, films and community based projects that explore issues on the relationship of first and third worlds and humanitarian crises. Probing the contemporary over-saturation of media images and the limitations of art in representing atrocities, Jaar draws attention to global power and exploitation. Perhaps his best known work "This Is Not America / A logo For America" , 1987, consisted of a sequence of projections overlooking a U.S. army recruitment station in Times Square, including the outlined map of U.S. with the worlds "This Is Not America" written across, and the world America superimposed over all the Americas from North, Central and South.