Forensic Architecture and Its Contributions to Whitney Biennial Profiled in Daily Beast

August 9th, 2019

Forensic Architecture’s video work Triple Chaser, and its projects investigating architectures and their complicity in state-sanctioned violence, gets a profile in Daily Beast this week.  “My desire to be an architect was to use architecture as a social and political tool, and I realized that architecture is not about designing buildings,” says founder Eyal Weizman. “Architecture is a way of seeing the spatial dimensions of relationships of people, of societies, and the way they exist in space. Architecture is a way to analyze a violation of human rights, to unpack the politics in a way that other frameworks are perhaps not.”

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