Thursday seventeenth March 2022, 6.30pm
Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre 
How are we able to recognise and interpret the constraints, lapses and system defects of architectural recordings as a way to form the data past the visual? Are we able to use architectural considering to discover what’s no longer instantly obvious? This lecture will discover the function of spatial recordings in developing the proof of environmental violence and instances of human rights violation. The lecture will describe the achievements of the open supply neighborhood, multi-disciplinary approaches to forensic counter-investigation and spotlight the significance of subverting the conventions of architectural equipment. The initiatives introduced will discover the function of modelling and reconstruction to trace air air pollution, struggle pretend information, map the level of facial reputation surveillance, archive witnessed occasions and reconstruct recollections. As well as, the lecture will center of attention at the significance of digitally representing the that means in the back of recorded occasions, whilst final purpose to the information.
Martyna is a Researcher and a Fashion designer. Upon graduating from the Bartlett Faculty of Structure she labored as an architectural visualiser, exhibition clothier and as researcher at Forensic Structure. She taught Architectural Design at College of Westminster and College of Greenwich. She lately printed a number of spatial investigations with Amnesty World and CNN and is lately running as a specialist and collaborator for Deutsche Welle, CNN, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty World, Forensic Structure and unbiased analysis teams. Her present analysis has been that specialize in the function of virtual reconstruction in documenting environmental processes with a post-natural lens. Particularly, she has been that specialize in the monitoring of spatial connections between environmental violence and human rights violations within the Bialowieza Woodland in Japanese Poland, bearing in mind migration and border militarisation.