Forensic Architecture | Turner Prize Nominee 2018 | TateShots
Forensic Architecture are an interdisciplinary team that includes architects, filmmakers, lawyers and scientists. Their work uses the built environment as a starting point for explorations into human rights violations.
In recent years, Forensic Architecture has distinguished itself by developing pioneering methods for spatial investigations of state and corporate violations worldwide. The group is based at Goldsmiths, University of London and includes architects, filmmakers, software developers, investigative journalists, lawyers and scientists.
Cases featured in this film include: Chemical attacks in Douma, Syria
The Grenfell Tower Fire, Destruction and Return in al-Araqib, SeaWatch vs. Libyan Coastguard, Torture in Saydnaya Prison, Traces of Bedouin Inhabitation
See Forensic Architecture’s work at the Turner Prize 2018 exhibition: http://bit.ly/2MYXifK
Visit Forensic Architecture’s website: https://www.forensic-architecture.org/
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