Forensic Architecture @ Cabinet

Forensic Architecture @ Cabinet

Cabinet magazine issue 43, with a special section on “Forensics” edited in collaboration with Eyal Weizman, available now:

— Thomas Keenan and Eyal Weizman consider the legacy of Josef Mengele’s remains
— Greg Siegel revisits the scenes of early crime photography
— Lawrence Abu Hamdan explores the new frontiers of sonic surveillance
— Susan Schuppli listens again to the infamous silence of the Watergate tapes
— Clyde Snow discusses the eloquence of bones with Eyal Weizman
— Alain Pottage examines the forensic significance of patent models
— Godofredo Pereira views the theatrical exhumation of Simon Bolivar
— Paulo Tavares tracks Texaco’s oily dealings in the Amazon basin

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