Bringing the cities Gothenburg, Nicosia and Lahore together through shared photo-based research is an endeavor to make apparent the differential meanings of visibility, of vulnerability and resistance. The triptych of exhibitions is an effort to produce a “geography of thinking” about drones shaped in part by the political and ethical implications of the asymmetry of seeing and not being seen, the proximity and physical distance to drone warfare and the political contexts of Sweden, Pakistan and Cyprus.
The subtitle is screen printed around the edges of the book, connecting to the idea of the triptych and implications of visibility and orientation adressed in the texts.
Benton Sans is the main typeface for all typography except the running text, which is set in Lyon. On the cover, Benton Sans is paired with other typefaces for the translations of “Warfare, Surveillance, Protest”. Swedish is set in Benton Sans; Graphik Arabic is used for Urdu, and Greek is set in a combination of Graphik and Benton Sans.
Editors: Sarah Tuck, Louise Wolthers
Copy editors: David Price, Sarah Tuck
Texts by: Wajahat Saeed, Ran Slavin, Daniel Jewesbury, Stelios Kallinikou, Sajid Khan, Ignacio Acosta, Salman Khan, Efi Savvides, Mhairi Sutherland, Vicky Pericleous, Kathrin Maurer, Yiannis Toumazis, Ellada Evangelou, Imran Qureshi, Sehr Jalil, Markus Miessen
2022, English, softcover
352 pages (on two different paper stocks), 15×20 cm