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Sun, Mar 16, 2014 Conference with Nabil Ahmed, Maayan Amir, Adrian Lahoud, Hannah Meszaros Martin, Godofredo Pereira and Paulo Tavares. Moderation: Kathryn Yusoff
Forensics is a realm where science and activism meet: a space for political interventions. With examples from the research group Forensic Architecture on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla (12:10-27:00), the approach to land rights in Alaska (27:30-39:00) or on the legal north-south divide using the example of the poison arsenic (40:00-67:00), on “missing villages” in the Amazon (69:20-93:10), the global spread of aerosols (93:20-112:00) and other contexts of image-creating techniques, scholarship, and atavistic engagement: with an introduction by Kathryn Yusoff, an expert in human geography (0:00-11:40).
A presentation by the Forensic Architecture research group, directed by Eyal Weizman, at Goldsmiths, University of London. With Maayan Amid, Hannah Meszares-Martin, Nabil Ahmed und Godofredo Pereira, Paulo Tavares, and Adrian Lahoud.
The Anthropocene Project