Lecture by Forensic Architecture/Forensis
Forum kollektiver Wahrheitsfindung
with Eyal Weizman (Forensic Architecture/Forensis), Dimitra Andritsou (Forensis) and Robert Trafford (Forensic Architecture)
Forensic Architecture and their German sister agency Forensis explain their practice and present the new investigations, which will be presented for the first time at the Frankfurter Kunstverein in the exhibition Three Doors. Their new findings on the open questions about the racist attack of 19 February 2020 in Hanau and the Oury Jalloh murder case will be presented to the public and discussed in the lecture.
Forensic Architecture is a research agency, founded in 2011, that investigates traces of violence committed by corporations and state authorities with the help of digital and investigative methodologies and technologies. Forensic Architecture works exclusively for civilian victims, NGOs and independent associations. The artistic work of the collective applies scientific, technological and legal research methods and techniques. Forensis is Forensic Architecture’s Berlin-based sister organisation, which was founded to carry their methodologies into a German context.
The event takes place in context of the exhibition Three Doors – Forensic Architecture/Forensis, Initiative 19. Februar Hanau, Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh and is part of the Forum kollektiver Wahrheitsfindung.
With pre-registration via e-mail to post(at)fkv.de. The event is free of charge and takes place in English.