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A lecture that presents the diverse practice of Forensic Architecture through four investigations spread across contexts and scales
Speakers: Christina Varvia, Samaneh Moafi, Simone Rowat and Sarah Nankivell
Forensic Architecture is a research agency, based at Goldsmiths, University of London, that undertakes advanced architectural and media research on behalf of human rights organisations, political and environmental justice groups. Focusing always on state violence, the investigations vary from homicide cases to urban warfare, to cases of ecocide. With each investigation the agency develops new research techniques and the resulting case files travel from courtrooms, to newspaper articles, parliamentary inquiries and exhibitions.
Image caption: 77sqm_9:26min_4: Fluid dynamics simulation of gunpowder residue particles (ammonia) within the front room of the internet cafe. Image: Forensic Architecture and Dr Salvador Navarro-Martinez, 2017
Alumni will have an opportunity to catch up with fellow Visual Cultures alumni and meet current students interested in Visual Cultures.
A collaboration between the Department of Visual Cultures and Visual Cultures Society, sponsored by the Development and Alumni Office. This is a free event open to Goldsmiths alumni and students.
Dates & times
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|22 Mar 2019||6:30pm - 10:00pm|
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