Set to attend the opening of his exhibition at Miami’s Museum of Art and Design, Eyal Weizman was told by an officer at the US Embassy in London that his visa was revoked for triggering a “security algorithm.”
Forensic Architecture Joins Journalists to Depict Syria’s Use of Chemical Weapons
Investigative journalism website Bellingcat, with the help of research group Forensic Architecture, seeks to put an end to the theories that the harrowing chemical attack against civilians in April 2017 was a “false-flag operation.”
Links Between Bullets and Herbicides Are in the Crosshairs of Forensic Architecture
In this Warsaw exhibition, the investigative research group shows that the destruction of land can expedite acts of violence upon the people who inhabit it.
Research by Forensic Architecture Suggests Injustice in the Police Killing of Harith Augustus
Forensic Architecture has partnered with Chicago’s Invisible Institute to mount a counter-investigation into the official police narrative surrounding the death of Augustus. Their findings could change the way city policing works.
Forensic Architecture Says It Has Found Bullet Linking Whitney Vice Chair to Violence in Gaza, Withdraws from Biennial
“After this discovery, what may have started as the Tear Gas Biennial is now the Sierra Bullet Biennial,” a Forensic Architecture researcher told Hyperallergic.
Forensic Architecture Says Warren Kanders Is One Part of a Web of Possible War Crimes in Gaza
Members of the research group say their “Triple-Chaser” video at the Whitney Biennial is part of an ongoing investigation into violence at the Israeli-Palestinian border.
Forensic Architecture’s Documentary on Kanders Doesn’t Absolve the Whitney Museum
A documentary at the 79th Whitney Biennial may detail horrors funded by the Whitney’s own chairperson Warren Kanders, but don’t applaud the museum for the self-criticism.
Forensic Architecture’s Project at Whitney Biennial Reveals Museum Vice Chair’s Company May Be Complicit in War Crimes
The research group looks into the potential use of Sierra Bullets-manufactured bullets in Gaza, which prompted a response from the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.
Almost 50 Whitney Biennal Artists Sign Letter Demanding Removal of Warren Kanders from Museum Board
Over 100 artists, including participants of the upcoming biennial, have added their signatures to an open letter released earlier this month calling for the removal of the weapons manufacturer as a vice chair.
Whitney Biennial Participants Discuss the Use of Safariland Weapons in Gaza
Images emerging from a rally at the Gaza-Israeli border today suggest that the Israeli military fired sponge round projectiles produced by the Safariland Group, a company owned by the Whitney Museum’s Vice Chairman.
The 2018 Turner Prize Focuses on Video Art in Political Times
The 2018 edition of the provocative prize is dedicated to digital art, exploring queer identity, racial violence, and the Israel-Palestine conflict through video art.
2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Spotlights Moving Image Artists
Among this year’s nominees are a 30-year-old artist from New Zealand and a London-based collective that analyzes the architecture and urban design of conflict areas.