Son[i]a #331 Eyal Weizman
17/05/2021 52' 52''

English our second conversation with founding director of Forensic Architecture Eyal Weizman, we explore further the nuances of their sophisticated research practice, this time focusing on the notions of time and duration from a forensic perspective in order to unfold multiple temporalities from an instant. In doing so, Weizman explains how to build a case for public truth using clouds, architecture, metadata, shadows, testimonies, and surveillance and satellite imagery. 

Son[i]aEyal WeizmanForensic ArchitectureRe-Imagine Europe
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