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Using video testimony smuggled out of North Waziristan (Pakistan), Forensic Architecture performed a spatial analysis of a drone strike that took place there on 30 March 2012 and used this to reconstruct and interrogate the event. The footage revealed a great deal beyond what appeared to be chaotic images of rubble and ruin. In particular, it also shed light on the conditions involved in documenting such violent events in Waziristan.
This investigation will be displayed as part of Forensic Architecture – Towards an Investigative Aesthetics at MACBA from 28 April – 15 October 2017.
Data-driven, participatory fact mapping for conflict monitoring, citizen journalism, and human rights research