Lili Car is an architect. She understands architecture as a practice operating amongst many others, each of which organizes configurations of materials and things in the world in order to encourage and shape their relations. Inspired by Feral Atlas, she is currently exploring how drawings and models in architecture practice encourage routines of decision-making.
Feral Atlas is a collective work of more than a hundred scientists, humanists and artists, united in examining the non-designed effects of human infrastructures. Feral Atlas is curated and edited by anthropologist Anna Tsing, visual anthropologist Jennifer Deger, environmental anthropologist Alder Keleman Saxena and architect Feifei Zhou. The project is being developed in collaboration with architect Lili Carr (directing maps) and an international network of makers, including an array of designers, artists, editors and coders. Feral Atlas is developed in association with AURA (Aarhus University Research on the Anthropocene) and James Cook University, Australia. It will be available, open-access, from Stanford University Press digital publications at feralatlas.org in October or November 2020.