- 44 pages
- 15cm x 20cm
- Published in Berlin, 2020
The issue of Mono Kultur is dedicated to Forensic Architecture, a research agency based at Goldsmiths, University of London, investigating human rights violations including violence committed by states, police forces, militaries, and corporations.
In this issue:
- A range of techniques pioneered by Forensic Architecture, from reading the ‘fingerprints’ of smoke clouds left behind by missile strikes, to programming algorithms to sift through thousands of online videos
- Forensic Architecture’s contribution to last year’s Whitney Biennial in New York, where they exposed the vice chair of the Whitney board as owner of Safariland, a corporation earning their fortunes with the manufacturing of ‘less-lethal weapons’
- The founder of Forensic Architecture, British-Israeli architect Eyal Weizman, on information as a form of power
- Dozens of projects by Forensic Architecture, extensively explained and illustrated.