Surveillance

Subverting the Surveilling Gaze: Counter-Forensics as Social Justice

Subverting the Surveilling Gaze: Counter-Forensics as Social Justice

While forensics is usually a normative tool of the state, Forensic Architecture subverts the visual economies of state power and renders legible the invisible. Therefore, what appears to be the impartial application of neutral expertise (forensics) is in fact an engaged civil practice.
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