Lorenzo Pezzani/
Hostile Environment(s)

Lorenzo Pezzani (IT, 1982) is an architect and researcher based in London. He is currently Lecturer in Forensic Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of London. Since 2011, he has been working on Forensic Oceanography, a collaborative project that critically investigates the militarized border regime in the Mediterranean Sea, and has co-founded the WatchTheMed platform. His work has been used as evidence in courts of law, published across different media and academic outlets, as well as exhibited and screened internationally.

Hostile Environment(s) is a long-term project initiated by Pezzani in 2019. The display at Z33 includes contributions by Dimitra Andritsou, Riccardo Badano, Geoffrey Alan Boyce, Samuel N. Chambers, and Sarah Launius, Forensic Oceanography, Lodovica Guarnieri, Tom James, Tom Joyes, Faiza Ahmad Khan, Stefanos Levidis, participants in the workshop “Tempi Morti”, Tara Plath, Robert Preusse, Hanna Rullmann, and Avi Varma.

Published on

18 February 2021