Memory and urban place: a visual enquiry
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Urban places are typically designed and represented as static images. Yet people’s dynamic engagement with city space, that includes memory of other places, is a significant factor in place-making. Through visual research, autoethnography and art installation this thesis visualises urban place as a lived, shifting, interwoven place and as a nexus for communication acts. The author’s participatory exhibition of layered, malleable and fragmented representations contributes to our understandings of urban places and memory.
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