For two years now, the Belgian theatre NTGent and the Berlin based Verbrecher Verlag have been publishing the series 'The Golden Books': books on the theory and
Forensic Architecture (FA) is a research agency, based at Goldsmiths, University of London, investigating human rights violations including violence committed by states, police forces, militaries, and corporations. FA works in partnership with institutions across civil society, from grassroots activists, to legal teams, to international NGOs and media organisations, to carry out investigations with and on behalf of communities and individuals affected by conflict, police brutality, border regimes and environmental violence.Our investigations employ pioneering techniques in spatial and architectural analysis, open source investigation, digital modelling, and immersive technologies, as well as documentary research, situated interviews, and academic collaboration. Findings from our investigations have been presented in national and international courtrooms, parliamentary inquiries, and exhibitions at some of the world’s leading cultural institutions and in international media, as well as in citizen’s tribunals and community assemblies.
Written as a wake-up call to the field of media studies, The Message is Murder analyses the violence bound up in the everyday functions of digital media. At its...
Geert Lovink (Institute for Network Cultures) and Jonathan Beller (Pratt Institute) with Akseli Virtanen (Economic Space Agency)From social media to economic media? Social media horizontalized our communication, but left the information & protocol layer called the economy untouched. If the social network has come to its end as a viable organizational model, could the next step involve decentralizing the tools and means of financial expression? Using finance to create different socialities? https://moneylab9.m-cult.org
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