106th ACSA Annual Meeting Proceedings, The Ethical Imperative

Ethics, Memory, Architecture (Memory-Works)

Annual Meeting Proceedings

Author(s): Julian Bonder

Few words have been so ubiquitous in contemporary culture as the word “memory.” Since the 1980s the–perhaps obsessive– pursuit of memory has become omnipresent. Memory, in its many forms, has become a key marker in such diverse fields as historiography, psychoanalysis, visual and performative arts, politics, information technology and the media, impacting as well, and quite significantly, the conception, creation, perception and uses of architectures, landscapes, public art and public space.


Volume Editors
Amir Ameri & Rebecca O'Neal Dagg