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Liquid Traces: The Left-to-Die Boat Case

by Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani
5 Oct 2015 • Comment (0) • Print
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For further reading: Forensic Architecture – The Left-to-Die Boat

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Charles Heller is a filmmaker and researcher whose work has a long-standing focus on the politics of migration. He is currently working towards a PhD in Research Architecture at Goldsmith’s on the politics of mobility in the Mediterranean Sea and is a research fellow of the ERC project “Forensic Architecture”. He is one of the founders of the WatchTheMed project, a participatory online map to document deaths and violations of migrants’ rights at sea.
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Lorenzo Pezzani is an architect based in London. Since 2011, he has been working on Forensic Oceanography, a project that critically investigates the militarized border regime in the Mediterranean Sea using imaging, mapping, and modelling technologies. In the frame of this project, he co-founded the WatchTheMed platform. He is currently completing his PhD at the Centre for Research Architecture (Goldsmiths College), and is a Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL).
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