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FA/CRA Forum: Kodwo Eshun responds to Forensic Architecture
2 December 2020

For much of 2020, Forensic Architecture has worked on the link between the scale of a split second and that of the long duré: the scalar link between the killing of Mark Duggan and the systemic police brutality at BLM protests; between clouds of teargas filling the roundabouts and streets in the US, Chile, France or Hong Kong; to what Achille Mbembe described in his work on the “Universal Right to Breath” as the closing down of the skies. To help think through these projects critically, FA invited the filmmaker, theorist and artist Kodwo Eshun to reflect and respond. Kodwo is a Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths and co-founded of The Otolith Group. 

FA investigations:
The Killing of Mark Duggan
Police Brutality at the BLM Protests
Clouds Studies