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    Communications Project


Document Type:Master's Thesis
Name:Kevin Yang-Cheng Chien
Email address:ycc@mail.vt.edu
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Title:A Line Demarcating Greenwich Village
Degree:Master of Architecture
Department:Architecture
Committee Chair: Frank Weiner
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Committee Members:William Galloway
Pia Sarpaneva
Keywords:Line, Demarcate, Conceptual, Consciousness
Date of defense:February 7, 1997
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Abstract:

The trail of the artifact is an anonymous line on a tourist map of Manhattan. It delimits the boundary, separates the inner and outer, and occupies space. This occupied space juxtaposing the edge of Greenwich Village is an invisible and a undetermined line in the city. Architecture is the result of thinking of object as act, as transformation, and as invention. The project searches, explores, and makes this line present.

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