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"DISAPPEARANCE DOUBLES THE PAIN. iT PREVENTS THE LIVING FROM LIVING. aND IT STOPS THE DEAD FROM DYING"
Brad Evans

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Concerning
Disappearance

Across the world, political regimes have and continue to use forced disappearances as a weapon of war and social control. It is arguably the ultimate crime against humanity as the human itself is denied any right to belong to this world. Creating widespread fear that seeks to further deny all forms of justice and recovery, its lasting effects continue to devastate millions. 

But how are we to understand this phenomena? Why has insufficient attention been given to it in the past? What are its spatial and temporal dimensions? How do we understand its psychological implications? What does it mean when thinking about perpetrators, victims and witnesses? And most importantly, how should we respond? 

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STATE OF DISAPPEARANCE

Collaborative project exploring the cross over between art, academia and public engagement 

DISAPPEARANCE
STUDIES

Learn more about this dedicated field of study

Ecologies of  DISAPPEARANCE
 

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