Memory, History, memorial, commemoration, temporality
Syracuse University School of Architecture Undergraduate Thesis 2021 Advisory Group: Terms and Conditions Advisors: Aurelie Frolet, Ivi Diamantopoulou, Kyle Miller
Architectural History and Criticism | Other Architecture | Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
This thesis will interrogate conventional types and methods of memorialization, challenging the memorial as a complete product. Developing from inquiries into alternative acts of commemoration, this investigation will seek to conceive a memorial in the making. Memorials must be alive, changing, constantly developing as a result of interaction. The reliance on overly abstract, rhetorical conditions of design will become obsolete. The static condition of the image-friendly object will be replaced with a dynamism influenced by time and participation.
Mulhall, Timothy, "Living Memories: Rethinking Remembrance" (2021). Architecture Senior Theses. 485.
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