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January 2021, English
14.8×21 cm, 416 pages, 24 color and 38 b/w ill., softcover
ISBN 978-3-95679-456-8
ATLAS Projectos

Digital and data technologies are actively transforming the archives of contemporary warfare. Bringing together a range of scholarly perspectives and artistic practices, (W)archives investigates digital archiving as an integral technology of warfare and how artists respond to these changes. Throughout the book, the (w)archive emerges as a term to grasp the extended materiality of war today, wherein digital archiving intersects with images, bodies, senses, infrastructures, environments, memories, and emotions. The essays explore how this new digital materiality of war reconfigures the archival impulses that have shaped artistic practices over the last decades, and how archives can be mobilized to articulate political demands, conjure new forms of evidence, and make palpable the experience of living with war.

Book launch for (W)archives: Archival Imaginaries, War and Contemporary Art moderated by Daniela Agostinho and Solveig Gade, hosted by The Mosaics Room, London. Watch the archived video here.