Posts tagged memory
289_Enrico Capanni and Enrico Lamacchia: Archetype of Memory

Submission #289 | Enrico Capanni and Enrico Lamacchia: Archetype of Memory — “Identity image and visual-geographic reference, these are the two values that are attributed to the church of St. Giovanni in Castellare. From this, a project that goes on on a binary route that is simultaneously able to take charge of the symbol that the community attributed to the building that used to be there before and to maintain the connection with the territory.”

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208_Elliott Dennis: The Ark

Submission #208 | Elliott Dennis: The Ark — "The project aims to preserve what is left of Plymouths pre-war records, historical matter, and collective memory, much of which was destroyed in the fires of the Blitz and post-war ‘reconstruction’. Through the implementation of an oral archive and traditional archive which expands to meet the influx of new records being deposited into it.

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148_Drew Heller: Power Wall

Submission #148 | Drew Heller: Power Wall — "Artwork is no longer to be consumed within a ‘monumental’ time frame, open for a universal public; rather, it elapses with factual time, for an audience ‘summoned’ by the artist” - Nicolas Bourriaud, Relational Aesthetics. The monument has been reborn in contingent form. The historical event no longer exists within universal memory, rather memory is recycled, distorted and produced through transient presents. Public, once a solid, is now liquid and relational. Considering collective identity as relational attaches its production to the friction of bodies."

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96_Julia Cistelecan: The Mausoleum for The Lost at Sea

Submission #96 | Julia Cistelecan: The Mausoleum for The Lost at Sea — Inspired by Plato’s invented island of Atlantis that fell out of favour with the gods and famously submerged into the Atlantic Ocean, the Mausoleum for the lost at Sea taps into the naval history of Greenwich and investigates the idea of loss and memory.

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10_Arooj Ahmad and Georgia Ntoukaki: Lost Memories of Glasgow

Arooj Ahmad and Georgia Ntoukaki: Lost Memories of Glasgow — The project is essentially an exploration into the memories left behind by buildings that are now derelict, under-used and ignored. How architecture today can capture the essence of the spaces and meanings behind those spaces and convey them in a different manner to inspire a connection between people and the place they inhabit was the key idea.

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