There is an incongruity between the inherent changeability of both landscapes and memories, and the conventional, formal strategies of commemoration that typify the constructed landscape memorial. This paper will examine two recent memorial projects which were temporary and ephemeral. One concerns the fate of illegal refugees travelling to Australia: The SIEVX Memorial Project. The other, An Anti-Memorial
to Heroin Overdose Victims, was designed by the author as part of the 2001 Melbourne Festival.
The memorial work presented in this paper hopes to illicit discussion and renewal of ongoing debates. Beyond grappling with temporary or ephemeral memorials, or anti-memorials, the work presented here engages in a kind of design activism. The design work proposes physical catalysts for social change.
Ferreira, Ronel; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); McCallaghan, Malize(Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2010-06)
Hierdie artikel fokus op die bevindinge van ’n kwalitatiewe studie na die moontlike gebruik van
liggaamsportrette deur opvoeders tydens vervulling van hulle pastorale rol. Die studie is vanuit
die konstruktivisties-int ...
Viljoen, Jeandre Renette(University of Pretoria, 2006-03-30)
Many children are left vulnerable due to circumstances beyond their control, for example, poverty, violence, limited education and the HIV&AIDS epidemic. One way of supporting vulnerable children is by making memory boxes. ...
McCallaghan, Malize(University of Pretoria, 2007-11-19)
The objective of this qualitative study was to explore the extent to which body maps could be implemented by educators as part of the fulfilment of their pastoral role. I approached the study from a constructivistinterpretivist ...