Centre for Research Architecture book lauch
Launch event for Border Environments, the first book in the new Centre for Research Architecture (CRA) series published by Spector Books.
The event will take place at Offprint art book fair at Tate Modern on Saturday 13th May at 12:20-13:00.
More about the CRA series and Border Environments:
Since its founding in 2005, the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London, has brought together a diverse group of architects, artists, urbanists, geographers, lawyers, scientists, journalists, and activists to develop research methodologies and investigative techniques to address contemporary spatial politics. This series invites the reader into this ever-evolving pedagogical context.
The first work in the series, Border Environments, explores the entanglements of ecology and migration. It examines the interplay between discriminatory politics, emergent technologies, and bordering practices within the context of (constructed) natures by highlighting a variety of interventions, investigative techniques, visual projects, and modes of witnessing that address the role of both human and more-than-human actors in border struggles. As such, the book is also a provocation that can be used to identify and organise new lines of struggle connecting environmental and mobility justice.
Copies of the book will also be available for sale from the Spector Books booth at the Offprint fair.
Dates & times
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|13 May 2023||12:15pm - 1:00pm|
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