Censorship: Eyal Weizman barred from US ahead of Forensic Architecture retrospective

Eyal Weizman, founder of the collective Forensic Architecture, was due to attend its exhibition in Miami, 'Forensic Architecture: True to Scale', but had to cancel his trip when at the last minute his visa to enter the US was revoked. Read his statement.

https://archpaper.com/2020/02/eyal-weizman-barred-from-us/?fbclid=IwAR2MjHGNu279MwnYMLP8O44yPlLXk33NepIVcPhcqJ2l1qhvXcmhdlk2Zzk

Forensic Architecture: True to Scale explores the research agency’s work uncovering human rights violations around the world. Image displays Forensic Architecture Investigation #15: The Bombing of Rafah on the Gaza strip © Forensic Architecture Forensic Architecture: True to Scale explores the research agency’s work uncovering human rights violations around the world. Image displays Forensic Architecture Investigation #15: The Bombing of Rafah on the Gaza strip © Forensic Architecture

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Forensic Architecture Founder Says United States Prevented His Visit Colin Moynihan in the New York Times

The Achitect Newspaper talks to Eyal Weizman about tech in truth-telling ahead of Forensic Architecture’s first U.S. survey

Forensic Architecture: True to Scale Opening Reception at the Museum of Art and Design, Miami Dade College

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