Eyal Weizman

Eyal Weizman (born 1970 in Haifa) is an Israeli intellectual and architect. He is Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and Director of the Centre for Research Architecture—a “laboratory for critical spatial practices”—which he created, within the Department of Visual Cultures, in 2005. He is the founding director of Forensic Architecture.
Eyal Weizman - Avant et après - L\'architecture du désastre
French edition
Eyal and Ines Weizman explore the history of the before-and-after image, from its origins in 19th-century Paris to today's satellite surveillance.
Eyal Weizman - The Roundabout Revolutions - Critical Spatial Practice 06
English edition
Sternberg Press - Critical Spatial Practice
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How did an urban apparatus put in the service of authoritarian power became the place of its undoing: the roundabout revolutions, from South Korea to recent Arab Spring.
Eyal Weizman - Architecture after Revolution
English edition
Sternberg Press - History, Criticism and Theory
A series of provocative projects by the architectural collective Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency (DAAR) that try to imagine “the morning after revolution.”
Eyal Weizman - Mengele\'s Skull - The Advent of a Forensic Aesthetics
English edition
Sternberg Press - History, Criticism and Theory
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A study in which Thomas Keenan and Eyal Weizman discusses the way that forensic investigation and identification of Joseph Mengele's remains marks a transition, giving way to an "era of forensics", in which things—such as bones—act as the witnesses of past events.
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