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.
Chechnya Album, 1999–2001
An album of photographs by writer Jonathan Littell, documenting the destruction of the Second Chechen War.
A Memorial in Exile
London’s Olympic tower reclaimed as a memorial by Bosnian concentration camp survivors
June 15 2012
Judy Radul (Legal Media text)
Forensic Architecture Press
June 11 2011
The Visual Culture of Nongovernmental Activism
Eyal Weizman (essay)
Zone Books, 2012
The Politics of Frequency
25 February 2012
The Showroom (London)
RESOLUTION 978 HD
10 May – 7 July 2013
Model Court (Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Lorenzo Pezzani and Oliver Rees)
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Scanning Staro Sajmiste / Omarska
Overview of the process of 3D Lidar scanning and GPR scanning of the two sites explored in the investigation Living Death Camps.
Nullum Crimen Sine Lege | Nicola Perugini
Literally speaking, this Latin expression, deriving from Roman law and absorbed within many Western and non-Western codes, means “no crime without correspondent law”. The axiom nullum crimen sine lege is conventionally adopted and assumed as the basis of modern criminal legislation. The axiom has also a disciplinary nature. Indeed, its ultimate nature is a liberal-disciplinary one. It is fundamentallyRead more…