Law & Odor - Sample Kit
Odorama 41: Law & Odor – Illegal Scents with Frank Bloem, Inger Leemans, Ton van Harreveld, Gwen van der Zwan and Laura Burgers
Smell is a powerful tool that can tell us when we should mistrust a situation, or when we should suspect something. Often you can literally smell if a case is not amiss, or if your neighbor is running an illegal business. In Law & Odor - Illegal scents we research the diverse world of scent in relation to the law.
Think of scent-traces that can be found on a crime scene. What does blood smell like? Is it complicated to erase the scent of evidence? and can you smell it when your neighbor is running an XTC lab?
Laws and restrictions of smell are also essential to make our cities liveable. We all prefer to live in a city that does not stink, but how far are we willing to go? Looking at the numerous cases of neighbors fighting about odor nuisance, it becomes clear that we often disagree on this topic. Do you think you are allowed to forbid your renters in their contract to cook with smelly spices? And can someone get a fine because he has a stinking pet?
In this evening we discover what you are not allowed to do with smells, we explore the boundaries of illegal scents, and ask ourselves if we actually have the right to stink?
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