Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth

Gastón Gordillo penned a review for Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2015, volume 33

Forensis is such an illuminating, persuasive, and important book precisely because of its revelation of the constellations of forces petrified in objects all over the world…is a groundbreaking book precisely because it draws from and, crucially, moves past the examination of evidence of destruction from all over the planet to pursue a more challenging, urgent task: to persuade the forum that Empire is guilty of crimes against humanity and life on Earth

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