Erie Canal, experience, movement, Rochester, transportation museum, cultural center, infrastructure, history
Architecture | Historic Preservation and Conservation
Erie Canal Aqueduct, Rochester, NY - Re-forming the Identity of a Historic Urban Artifact
"Structuring the movement through space, and thus the temporal experience of that place, can serve as a mnemonic device for the recollection of the past and the reinterpretation of a site's identity as a composite of the past and present."
Klock, Laura, "A Structure Defining Movement: Mediating Between the Past & Present" (2003). Architecture Thesis Prep. 89.
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