Infrastructural Inequalities is an investigation into how infrastructural systems distribute resources, capacities, and harms in differentiated and unjust ways. Since its establishment in May 2018 it has taken the form of a public program, an ongoing reading group, and an open-access digital journal.
Infrastructural Inequalities began as a collaboration in Sydney, Australia between the Housing for Health Incubator and the critical art collective Snack Syndicate, but it would not be possible without the generosity and continuing contribution of a wide network of collaborators.
Issue 1: Infrastructural Inequalities was edited by Liam Grealy, Andrew Brooks, Astrid Lorange, Tess Lea, and Christen Cornell.
Issue 2: Policing, Crisis, Abolition was edited by Andrew Brooks, Liam Grealy, and Astrid Lorange.
We’d like to thank Kynan Tan, who built, designed, and continues to caringly maintain the Infrastructural Inequalities website.