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You are your own timekeeper

By James Smith

Abstract

YOU ARE YOUR OWN TIMEKEEPER considers the landscape of Northampton as a construct, exploring ‘place identity’ of the town through the interactions between a nineteenth-century boot and shoe factory and its inhabitants (or lack of). The activities and processes that have taken place, or are planned to take place within the space, are seen as intrinsic in etching and moulding the landscape of Northampton, with the inquiry placing the building at the meta-geographical centre of the town – a location of activity or non-activity metaphorically representing Northampto

Topics: N4390, NE
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:nectar.northampton.ac.uk:2278
Provided by: NECTAR
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