(No) Memory: Storing and Recalling in Contemporary Art and Culture
NAi Publishers, 2004 - Architecture - 196 pages
How can cultural heritage be made accessible without resisting new developments, or turning city and countryside into a museum? What is the impact of the media and digital storage techniques on the social and historic process of remembrance? And what is the role of art in all this? Here, leading authors, artists, architects and theorists answer these and other questions through numerous essays--some photographic, book reviews and project documentation of works that address issues of progress and remembrance.
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