Topographies of Elusion

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Thomas Y. Levin teaches media and cultural theory and serves on the executive committe of Princeton's Program in Media and Modernity. His areas of enquiry include philosophy, aesthetic theory, technology, and the politics of surveillance. Topographies of Elusion was the keynote address for the Yale School of Architecture graduate student symposium Fugitive Geographies, an investigation into the elusive and transitory condition where both subject and context exist in a precariously unstable state, where boundaries and borders are unclear, and where the criminal takes new agency over the environment. This poster series was inspired by Levin's lecture in the Spring of 2011, and uses analog processes to achieve its final, undoctored graphic results.

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Yale School of Art
Advanced Graphic Design
with Julian Bittiner