The intersection and destruction of infrastructures, by infrastructure: The Great Wall of Israel

The wall with two faces: a state’s security system containing and protecting its residents and, in its shadow, the death and destruction of silenced civilians. When access to crops and water has been revoked, the grass really is greener on the other side. There are some who choose to utilise infrastructure to aggravate tensions between… Continue reading The intersection and destruction of infrastructures, by infrastructure: The Great Wall of Israel

A Canal Simultaneously Representing Inequality and Progress

The Panama Canal as a mobility infrastructure represents a variety of ideas that can often contradict one another and actually exemplify the canal’s importance beyond its basic function of facilitating commerce. I approached the Panama canal from a historical point of view in an attempt to explore “how infrastructures provide new perspectives of politics of contemporary social relations” (Harvey… Continue reading A Canal Simultaneously Representing Inequality and Progress