Emerging Landscape: Beyond production and representation

I've got a chapter in this new glossy colour book - it's called The Military Spatial Complex and looks at how the continuous preparation for war has created an immense, interconnected system of spaces and infrastructures that extends way beyond the use of land for training. The chapter described a defence estate that acts like a mechanism to regulate the logistical flows of people, vehicles, and weapon systems around the UK and beyond. A huge thanks to Davide Deriu, Krystallia Kamvasinou and Eugenie Shinkle for bringing the book to completion.