Stuart Elden talking about territory and volume

A really interesting video of Stuart Elden talking recently on volume, territory and security. The opening section in particular gives a really interesting overview of his approach to territory and how this interfaces with work on urban infrastructures. This then opens the work he has developed on territory as volume rather than as two-dimensional space. The politics of these dimensions are told in the talk through some specific examples the highlight the part that height and depth play in security, power and control.

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One Response to Stuart Elden talking about territory and volume

  1. stuartelden says:

    Thanks for the link, and sorry for the poor quality – a better resolution one should be posted later this week.

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