Attention no.7, Detective Work OUT NOW!!

Issue no.7 of Attention, Detective Work, guest edited by Megan Eardley is out now! This issue addresses how contemporary architects and spatial practitioners have turned to scientific and literary ideas about detection to engage with social, economic, and political forces that operate at unhuman scales and speeds. Over the course of this issue, Megan Eardley explores these questions with architects, political and aesthetic theorists, artists, and writers who study and make use of architecture in their practices: Eyal Weizman, Janet Kerbel, Laura E. Hall, Caryn Dolley, and Bryan Finoki. You can listen to the issue on the Architecture Exchange website: Or you listen and subscribe through your favored podcast app. Thanks to the Graham Foundation for a grant to support this work. 

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