Mapping Controversies in Architecture

I was invited to participate as a media consultant on the development of "Mapping Controversies" in 2011.  The book and long-term project by Albena Yaneva at the U. of Manchester UK places architecture at the intersection of the human and the nonhuman, print media and urban construction.   The mapping programs developed for different urban projects, such as the London Olympics, allow networks to be revealed between local and global, social and technical. Mapping controversies engages a wide range of mechanisms that dominate large-scale urban architectural construction projects. 



Sarah K. Stanley, a London-based art writer and media producer, has curated video, photography and installation projects, and produces writing, video and photography projects about architecture and urban subjects, in collaboration with international artists.