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Editorial

Arjen Oosterman

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REVELATIONS

104 ATONEMENT 106 In the Desert of Redemption

William L. Fox

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Guilt has been effectively used to control and manipulate the masses. But it can also be the start of change for the better: awareness, concern, action. Engagement and guilt are never far apart. Engagement is sublimated guilt. Can we use guilt to improve and transform? We can build on guilt, but can we build with guilt? Is guilt a material to design with?

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Volume 31 Table of Contents

Volume 31

112 Make It Right NOLA 6

Unknown Fields

Liam Young and Kate Davies

113 Ambition as Antidote

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Naturale

Ilkka Halso

117 C-Mine

16 Guilt, Shame, Sadness: Tuning to Co-Existence

Timothy Morton

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Accounting for Guilt

Make It Right Foundation Peter Swinnen Interview 51N4E

118 Instruments of Guilt

Brendan Cormier

Brendan Cormier

122 Europe’s Oil Sands – Dirty Reality of an Offshore Appetite

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Inverse Landscapes

John Gollings

126 Open Source Sailing Drones

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The Long Shadow of Auschwitz

Michelle Kasprzak

127 Wildlife Sighting

30 Persuasive Guilt in Consumer Society

Kelly Nelson Doran Protei Subhankar Banerjee

Vincent van Velsen

130 GravityONE: A Choreography of Militarized Airspace

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Exote

Kris Verdonck

131 Martyr Street

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I’ll Be Home Soon

Neil Berrett

142 Red Location Museum

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Poor Little Fish

Yan Lu

144 Gamma

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Beauty of the Burden

David Maisel

148 Tar Creek Supergrid Pilot Project

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Guilty by Association

Brendan Cormier

150 Entropic Ecologies: A Prosthetic Approach

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CONFESSIONS

Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu Guy Tillim / Susan Berger Noero Wolff Architects Jonathan Gales Captains of Industry Nicole Koltick

152 Brownfields to Greenfields 52

Zones of Anxiety

Will Wiles

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youarethecity

The Great Plastic Tide

154 Safety Culture in the Post-Event Terrain

Nele Vos and Michael Brenner

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End of the Line

157 Post-Industrial Latent Space

Chris Jordan

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Nuclear Test Site Combine #817

Greg Barton

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Presenting the Erased

Brandon Mosley

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Material Ecology

Edward Burtynsky

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Odysseys

Michael Madsen Interview

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Unwanted Presence

Bas Princen

Regina Peldszus Bryan Allen

160 Colophon

86 Heavy Water: A Poem for Chernobyl (Excerpts)

Mario Petrucci

89 Measuring Radiation around Fukushima

Tokyo Hackerspace and Safecast

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The Atlas of Gold Fictions

Aram Mooradian

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Exposing the Oil Sands

Garth Lenz

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Accusing Architecture

 rendan Cormier and B Vincent van Velsen

100 Lying on a Daily Basis

Cornelia Hesse-Honegger

Photo back cover: Neil Berrett

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Volume #31 Table of Contents  

Guilt has been effectively used to control and manipulate the masses. But it can also be the start of a change for the better: awareness, co...