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Title: Events Machine
Author: Arlt, Robert
Abstract: This thesis explores the relation between narrative and (im)material: investigating traditional means of making architectural media while testing and generating representation with film (narrative) in the pursuit of a haptic, architectural 'facilitator.' The investigation will be a hybrid typology of a wayside rest area with accommodations for tourists and travelers and also a water research facility for ecological research, training and global awareness. The architecture conceives experiences of space-time through a series of choreographed moments that reflect the context, a deep glacial history embedded in the horizon. What we do depends on who we are; but it is necessary to add also that we are, to a certain extent, what we do, and that we are creating ourselves continually. -Henri Bergson
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Roadside rest areas.
Hydrological stations.
Ecology -- Research.
Grand Marais (Minn.)
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16906

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