Forensis Is Forensics Where There Is No Law

During Forensis, an exhibition and conference at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin this Spring, researcher-curators Eyal Weizman and Anselm Franke talked to Gal Kirn and Niloufar Tajeri about the relationship of forensics to emancipatory politics and the aesthetic implications of ‘forensic realism’


From a Free Software Movement to a Free Safety Movement

This is a call to all feminist hackers, anti-racist coders, gender hackers, genderchangers, queer and trans hackers, political hackers, dancers, movement makers, poets, performers, anti-violence activists and networked activists to come together to help stop violence against queer and trans* people, people of color, disabled people and women


2012 London
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A twelve day prelude moving across the city; a 
twelve-hour sound art opera of betrayal and 
rebellion culminating in a spectacular series of 
disturbing performances in Chelsea College of Art 
Parade Ground; a one-day coda of debate.

Moving Forest expands the last 12 minute of 
Kurosawa's adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, 
'Throne of Blood' (1957), into a sonic 
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