What Is Space Today? CRC 1265 Magazine
Almost everything that affects humanity today has a spatial dimension. Whether it is cities bracing themselves against global warming, governments regulating the Internet, or queer people demonstrating for their rights. The research of the CRC 1265 gives this spatial dimension of human life its rightful importance. Over the past few months, the CRC has been collaborating with journalist Brenda Strohmaier, and the fruits of these labors are now published in the shape of the magazine “What Is Space Today?”. The magazine explains the center’s main premises around the “refiguration of space”, presents the diverse subprojects of the CRC and offers a glimpse into its inner workings – covering, among many other things, what spatial theory has to do with Pokémon Go players in Tokyo, Senegalese TV series, or lunchtime in Singapore!
Download the magazine here: What Is Space Today? / Was ist Raum heute?.