Matèria: Assaig arquitectura
Institutional archival practices often tend to serve the legacy of colonisation, surveillance, and discipline in our modern society. Over the past decade, with the rapid rise of digital technology and social networks, detecting, recording, and accumulating images has become commonplace. This has resulted in the archiving of videos and other types of visual images through non-institutional bodies and practices, as well as discussions related to image, open source, collectivity, and forensics. This book gathers writings by several authors about their practices and views on archives from different perspectives (forensics, decolonisation, and commons) and includes interviews with video activists.