FORENSIC, SPACE and LAW

The course offers theoretical and practical reflections on the relations between the study of the space of architecture/built environments within the area of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and Human Rights (HR). It deals with the evidentiary and epistemological role of architecture as an instrument to investigate legal controversies within their distinct spatial dimensions. In an

ARTISTIC PRACTICE: Working with Displaced and Peripheral Communities

WORKSHOP  WORKSHOP: ARTISTIC PRACTICE – WORKING WITH DISPLACED AND PERIPHERAL COMMUNITIES Jens Haendeler and Alex Ioannou participated in a workshop to facilitate conversations around artistic and cultural practices that explore and work with communities affected by peripheralisation and marginalisation at Arts Catalyst. http://www.artscatalyst.org/workshop-artistic-practice-working-displaced-and-peripheral-communities Processes of peripheralisation and marginalisation are consequences of an imbalance of power.

SECURITY AND THE LONDON URBAN LANDSCAPE: Militarising Everyday Life

PRESENTATION  27.03.2017 – Presentation at the University of Westminster: International Relations and Politics This Monday Alex Ioannou and Jens Haendeler had the chance to present some of their fieldwork to students of international relations and politics at the University of Westminster as part of a course coordinated by Dr. Elisabetta Brighi. The workshop featured of a

REPRESENTING IRREGULAR URBANISM: Roundtable at the ICA London

WORKSHOP  25.03.2017 PNEVMA Collective were invited to attend and comment on the brilliant work presented by some very interesting people! From space syntax approaches within the favelas of Rio to describing the localised complexities in Mumbai the presentations left us fascinated and inspired. The speakers took us further on to learn about the triad of informalities found within Valparaiso and  opened our eyes to the negotiated typologies found in

CALAIS: Flooding as Spatial Control

In January 2016 the Eurotunnel group decided to flood the landscape surrounding the Eurotunnel tracks and check-in facilities. Since the group owns the ditches, drains and their vortex control valves they decided to intentionally shut those in order to accumulate water surrounding the terminal. The above Landsat 8 images, published by NASA and manipulated by