In January Research Assistant Jacob headed to London to interview Christina Varvia from Forensic Architecture. Jacob aimed to learn ore about how their collaborative team work as well as the response to the teams work ‘The Murder of Pavlos Fysass’ that was a STARTS prize honoury mention in 2019.

Forensic Architecture was commissioned by the Fyssas family and their legal representatives to reconstruct the events of the night Pavlos Fyssas was murdered by the anti neo-Nazi organization Golden Dawn, using the audio and video material made available to the court. The resulting video investigation and accompanying report, presented to the Athens courtroom on 10 and 11 September 2018, brings together CCTV footage, recordings of communications between police and emergency services, and witness testimony.