Lecture: “Notes on the beginning of missions. Spatial tools, technology and geography” at in transit studio

Malkit Shoshan examines stories, histories, and findings related to the origin and evolution of United Nations missions in her lecture entitled: Notes on the beginning of missions – Spatial tools, technology, and geography. Shoshan discusses the various spatial tools and architectural technologies that made them possible, such as tents, containers, and modular structures. These narratives are part of the long-term research “BLUE: The Architecture of UN Missions” by Malkit Shoshan situated at the intersection of spatial analysis, design, and human rights, and a preview of her the upcoming book of the same title (Actar, 2020).

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