Precarious Trajectories research with Forensic Architecture forms part of Turner Prize shortlisted Counter Investigations exhibition at ICA

FeaturedPrecarious Trajectories research with Forensic Architecture forms part of Turner Prize shortlisted Counter Investigations exhibition at ICA

The work of Forensic Oceanography ‘Death by Rescue‘ researchers Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani forms part of the Forensic Architecture Agency‘s Counter Investigations exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, which has recently been shortlisted for the prestigious Turner Prize. An exhibition of work by the shortlisted artists will be staged at Tate Britain from 25 September 2018 to 6 January 2019. The winner will be announced in December at an awards ceremony live on the BBC, the broadcast partner for the Turner Prize. The jury praised Forensic Architecture for developing highly innovative methods for sourcing and visualising evidence relating to human rights abuses around the world, used in courts of law as well as exhibitions of art and architecture.

 

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Forensic Architecture’s Director Eyal Weizman front row far right (PT co-investigator) and Forensic Oceanography co-founder Lorenzo Pezzani back row third from right (PT Research Fellow).

 

The Counter Investigations exhibition at the ICA runs until 13 May 2018.

 

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