Lunchtime lecture Wednesday 20. November 12.30-13.30: "Spatial Justice" by Nabil Ahmed

Nabil Ahmed is the founder of INTERPRT, a group that investigates environmental crimes using spatial analysis and advocates for the criminalization of ecocide. The group collaborates and cooperates with international lawyers and civil society organizations worldwide. Read more!

INTERPRT’s projects have been exhibited most recently in a solo exhibition at Biennale Warszawa/Modern Art Museum in Warsaw and at the Beirut Art Centre. He has written for Third Text, Candide: Journal for Architectural Knowledge, MIT Press, Routledge, Documenta 14 Journal, Sternberg, Scientific Reports, and Architectural Review among others. He holds a PhD from the Centre for Research Architecture where he has a long-term affiliation with Forensic Architecture. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Academy of Fine Art in the architecture and design faculty at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

http://www.interprt.org/

In large auditorium!