Martha Rosler is one of the most icoclastic and politically motivated artists of her generation. Most of the encounters that unfold in Rosler's works originate in seemingly ordinary scenes of domestic life or everyday activities such as shopping, watching the news, reading the newspaper or traveling. The photographs gathered here--from the 80s to the present--shed light on the many ways in which our routines are governed by social rms. Included are documentary views of the highways and byways of daily life, including roads, subway tunnels, airports, shopping districts, parking lots and more. This powerful image collection offers critical insight into day-to-day movements within rigidly structured relationships of power.