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The actual article is about our critical competition contribution (2nd prize) about the Mari Memorial in Cyprus. More precisely, we use architecture as spatial agency to show alternative ways of collective remembering of manmade disasters, away from dominant ones produced by religious and nationalistic practices. Read more↗

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