Thomas Hirschhorn wants to de-pixelate the world. Responding to the ever-increasing filtering and manipulation of news, Hirschhorn, in a series of new work currently on view at Gladstone Gallery, seeks to unearth what others don’t want us to see. The truth is brutal. Gruesomely severed limbs, mangled children’s torsos and hard-to watch animal cruelty are just some of the things that Hirschhorn wants to bring to light. The point is, of course, not the shocking imagery but who exactly is doing the editing and why. Is an unedited version of a war zone more likely to end the war? Or does the public need to be protected from offensive imagery? In the age of trigger warnings, safe spaces, and censorship by museums, Hirschhorn raises a ton of very uncomfortable questions. At Gladstone through December 22.