Eyal Weizman: Forensic Architecture: Counter Investigations

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The Ayotzinapa Platform enables users to explore the relationship between thousands of events and hundreds of actors from the night of September 26–7, 2014. image / Forensic Architecture, 2017
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Eyal Weizman lecturing in Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium. William Staffeld / AAP
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Weizman shared examples of his forensic documentation of conflicts. William Staffeld / AAP
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Weizman and his wife, Ines Weizman, entering Milstein Auditorium. Ines Weizman is the director of the Bauhaus Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and Planning. William Staffeld / AAP
The Ayotzinapa Platform enables users to explore the relationship between thousands of events and hundreds of actors from the night of September 26–7, 2014. image / Forensic Architecture, 2017 Eyal Weizman lecturing in Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium. William Staffeld / AAP Weizman shared examples of his forensic documentation of conflicts. William Staffeld / AAP Weizman and his wife, Ines Weizman, entering Milstein Auditorium. Ines Weizman is the director of the Bauhaus Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and Planning. William Staffeld / AAP

Edgar A. Tafel Lecture Series

Eyal Weizman is an architect, professor of spatial and visual cultures, and director of forensic architecture. He is a founding member of the architectural collective DAAR in Beit Sahour, Palestine. His books include Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability (Zone Books, 2017), The Conflict Shoreline (with Fazal Sheikh, Steidl Verlag, 2015), FORENSIS (with Anselm Franke, Sternberg Press, 2014), Mengele's Skull (with Thomas Keenan, Sternberg Press, 2012), Forensic Architecture (dOCUMENTA13 notebook, 2012), The Least of All Possible Evils (Verso, 2011), Hollow Land (Verso, 2007), A Civilian Occupation (Verso, 2003), the series Territories 1, 2 and 3 (Walther Konig, 2003), Yellow Rhythms (010 Uitgeverij, 2000), and many articles in journals, magazines, and edited books. He has worked with a variety of nongovernmental organizations worldwide and was a member of the B'Tselem board of directors.

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