Digital media, dynamic, memories, ancestral halls, pedestrian, bridges, community, remembrance, death, mourning, ritual
Digital media opens up a new dynamic in maintaining and recalling memories. It requires digital ancestral halls to provide spaces for the data to be stored, and for people to commemorate deceased people in the digital age. Using existing pedestrian bridges, these halls will once again be placed in the very center of the community. This thesis proposes the fashioning of a new culture of remembrance of those who have passed away. People will be able to visit casually as a daily routine. The proposed digital death spaces merge the traditional idea of ancestral halls with digital information. The Infusion will generate a new idea of mourning and a new ritual of remembrance.
Tse, Simon, "Modernization of Death Spaces: Solution to the Problem of Lacking Death Space in Hong Kong" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 314.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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