a kind of spatial cryptography

Forensic architecture and its analytic methods might also be understood as engaged in a kind of spatial cryptography.  The quasi-archaeological methodologies of forensic architecture are based upon the close reading and interpretation of photography and of other types of imagery. If it is an archaeology, it is one not concerned directly with matter, but with matter as captured by different forms of media, a certain archaeology of pixels that registers the different band width of new imaging technologies.

For more visit Forensic Architecture,  a project funded by a European Research Council at Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths


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