Forensic Architecture refers to the presentation of spatial analysis within contemporary legal and political forums. The project undertakes research that maps, images, and models sites of violence within the framework of international humanitarian law and human rights. Through its public activities it also situates forensic architecture within broader historical and theoretical contexts.
UAV : Unmanned Aerial Violence
Forensic Architecture is working with the UN SRCT, Ben Emmerson, as well as human rights and legal justice organisations to visualise the impact of drone strikes on civilian life in Pakistan, Yemen, and Palestine.
Exploring new methods to reconstruct scenes of violence from their recorded traces in media.
Exploring the earth as a political object and the rights of nature
Special File: Forensic Architecture
Sept. 2010 – Mar 2011
A memorial in exile in London’s Olympics: orbits of responsibility
Susan Schuppli (essay)
July 2 2012
June 15 2012
The Aesthetics of Evidence
11 June 2010
UN Human Rights Council (Geneva)
Nottingham Contemporary (Nottingham)
28 Jan – 15 Apr 2012
Decolonizing Architecture/Art Residency
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A Memorial in Exile – Press conference
Orbits of Responsibility for a war crime from a Bosnian mine to London’s Olympic Park
2 July 2012
Stone Tape Theory | Steve Goodman
Proposed in the 1970s as a possible explanation for ghosts. It speculates that inanimate materials can absorb some form of energy from living beings. The hypothesis speculates that this “recording” or track is laid down during moments of high tension, such as murder, or during intense moments of someone’s life. This stored energy can consequently be released,Read more…