The “Knowledge & techniques” collective aims to discuss the many ways in which knowledge and techniques are produced and mobilized by our societies. More specifically, it is interested in:
- Conventions and practices of quantification, ways in which data are produced, used and articulated between them (framing);
- Knowledge, skills, capabilities, and the (in)visibility of knowledge, including as “spatial capital”;
- Production of artistic, scientific and vernacular knowledge and the recognition of the multiform character of knowledge(s);
- Power issues associated with knowledge, including in terms of digital data production and algorithms Legal geography as a specific knowledge that shapes spatialities through laws, their enactment, and case-law.