The fourth issue of The Funambulist Magazine is dedicated to carceral environments, examining various forms of incarceration spaces in relation to the bodies they imprison. Architecture’s violence is never greater than through its carceral typology, and a bit of this typology lies in all architecture. The issue explore political prisons in Ireland, migrant detention centers in the United Kingdom, Indigenous boarding schools in Canada, the carceral history of Guantanamo Bay, labor camps in California, and prison abolitionism in additions to the usual photographic and student sections, as well as the opinion columns and blog article re-edition.
Editor-in-Chief: Léopold Lambert
Contributors: Lucie Bacon, Sarover Zaidi, Fiona McCann, Tings Chak, Sarah Turnbull, Desirée Valadares, A. Naomi Paik, Sabrina Puddu, Nasrin Himada, Richard Ross, Jonas Staal, Alberto Murru, Federica Spanu, Anna Rita Taccori, and Bozar Ben Zeev.
2 | GUEST COLUMNS: MIGRATORY CORRIDORS AND BYWAYS ON THE “BALKAN ROAD”
4 | GUEST COLUMNS: THE CITY AND THE CITY: SPACE AND SEMIOTICS OF MUSLIM BOMBAY
6 | FROM THE BLOG: TOWARDS A POST-APARTHEID PALESTINE
— MAIN /// CARCERAL ENVIRONMENTS
10 | INTRODUCTION
16 | IRISH PRISONS: BODIES IN RESISTANCE
22 | MIGRANT DETENTION: STORIES FROM THE U.K.
Tings Chak & Sarah Turnbull
28 | INDIAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS: CARCERAL CLASSROOMS IN CANADA
34 | GUANTÁNAMO BAY: A PALIMPSEST OF CARCERAL VIOLENCE
A. Naomi Paik
40 | CONSERVATION CAMPS: CARCERAL LABOR IN CALIFORNIA
46 | PODCAST TRANSCRIPTS: ON PRISON ABOLITIONISM
50 | PHOTOGRAPHIC SECTION: JUVENILE IN JUSTICE
54 | STUDENTS: PROJECT FOR A NEW CARCERAL PARADIGM
Fleur Agema revisited by Jonas Staal
56 | STUDENTS: ANALYSES OF SARDINIA’S PENAL COLONIES
Alberto Murru, Federica Spanu & Anna Rita Taccori
58 | STUDENTS: THE LOGIC OF GUANTÁNAMO
Bozar Ben Zeev