The Political Plastic

Interview with Eyal Weizman & Ross Exo Adams
Fulcrum AA, Issue 49: Forensic Architecture, June 2012

These days militaries understand the city as a field of latent conflict, not a single body drafted into a political cause, but a political body ruptured by its internal conflicts: ethnic, sectarian, religious, political or financial interests. Therefore military violence in the city is understood as violence that enters a field already saturated by violence.

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