Disappearance at Sea – Mare Nostrum: Archive Research File

Disappearance at Sea – Mare Nostrum: Archive Research File
Archive Shelf Location 24/17.DISA
Publication Date 2017

A collection of research material relating to the exhibition Disappearance at Sea – Mare Nostrum.

Contents include:

BALTIC Press Release 20/01/17
Project working notes/artist bio's and texts
Research notes: Liquid Traces - The Left-to-Die Boat Case (Forensic Architecture)
Research notes: Contesting the Violent Architecture of the EU's Maritime Frontier
Artist Biographies and list of works - compiled by BALTIC (various copies/editions)
Press Review, The Courier (web), 13/02/17
Press Review, The Evening Chronicle (web), 01/02/17
Press Review, Narc Magazine, 01/02/17
Press Review, Platforma (Web), 04/01/17
Press Review, The Guardian - Five of the Best, 04/02/17
Press Review, Amnesty (web), 04/04/2017
Press Review, A-N (web), 06/02/17
Press Review, Royal Academy Magazine (web), 27/01/17
Press Review, Guardian (web), 27/01/2017
Notes from Amnesty International Training day for BALTIC Staff in advance of exhibition opening, 08/01/17
BALTIC Learning Resource produced for the exhibition, 2017
Publication: Drone: Robot Imperium by Stephen Graham
Forensic Architecture: Towards an Investigative Aesthetics - Exhibition Guide from MACBA (Barcelona, 2017)

Quantity 1
Format Archive Research File
Related Artists James Bridle, Tomo Brody, Aikaterini Gegisian, Forensic Architecture (Lorenzo Pezzani & Charles Heller), Jackie Karuti, Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, Hrair Sarkissian, ScanLAB Projects & Embassy for the Displaced, Škart collective - Djordje Balmazovič, Wolfgang Tillmans
Related Event Disappearance at Sea – Mare Nostrum (27 January – 14 May 2017)
Related Gallery BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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