Category Archives: Eyal Weizman

Planned Violence Keynote Lecture by Eyal Weizman and Reading from Courttia Newland, University of Warwick, 20 January 2016

Registration for the final Planned Violence Keynote Lecture by Eyal Weizman and Reading from Courttia Newland, University of Warwick, 20 January 2016, is now open…. Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, will deliver … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman, “Forensic Architecture” video of 2015 Wall Exchange lecture at UBC

Eyal Weizman, “Forensic Architecture” video of 2015 Wall Exchange lecture UBC (via Derek Gregory’s Geographical Imaginations.) Can architecture provide new tools of political analysis and intervention? This question is central to the work of Eyal Weizman, Israeli architect and scholar. … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden, “Territory – Political Technology, Volume, Terrain”, video of Architectural Association lecture

The video of my lecture on “Territory – Political Technology, Volume, Terrain“, given as a Landscape Urbanism Open School Event, Architectural Association lecture on  7/10/2015 is now available. The volume is very quiet, and it begins a few moments in … Continue reading

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Gastón Gordillo on Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth

Gastón Gordillo has posted the introduction of his review of the Forensis collection, directed by Eyal Weizman. The full review essay will appear in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space in early 2015.

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Archipelago/Funambulist Conversation between Léopold Lambert and Stuart Elden on Territory and Volume

I’ve linked to content on Archipelago – the podcast companion site to Léopold Lambert’s The Funambulist – before. This time it’s a discussion with me, conducted at the CUSP offices in New York, and mainly discussing my 2013 article “Secure the … Continue reading

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Books received – territory, borders, architecture, government (1 of 3)

Working through the post… Saskia Sassen’s Expulsions and Darshan Vigneswaran’s Territory, Migration and the Evolution of the International System – both to review; Jones and Johnston’s Placing the Border in Everyday Life – which I endorsed; and Lemm and Vatter’s … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman – The Architecture of Ariel Sharon

Eyal Weizman discusses Sharon’s architectural and spatial legacy at Al Jazeera. Whether in military uniform or in politics, Ariel Sharon’s time in power was characterised by construction and destruction frenzies that decisively shaped the physical realities in which both Israelis and … Continue reading

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The Dimensions of Territory – audio of talk at Al Quds Bard Honors College

The audio recording of my talk earlier this month at Al Quds Bard Honors College, “The Dimensions of Territory”, is available here. For people who know my work on territory it doesn’t have much new, but it tries to give … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman interview at Full Stop

Interview here – via the Verso blog.

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Forensic Architecture – new website

Eyal Weizman’s Forensic Architecture project has a new website here. The Funambulist offers some thoughts here.

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