- Creating a Map-space for Palestinian Refugee Camps in the West Bank
- Tutor(s): Andrea Tamm, Keiti Kljavin
The thesis is an exploration of the reasons behind the political, economic, spatial, and social complexity of Palestinian refugee camps in the West Bank. It offers new angles through which existing information can be re-viewed and juxtaposed. Stepping away from the binaries of representational maps (political artifacts) and post-representational maps (non-political mappings), it provides an interactive map-space that is political but still reproducible.