ACCESS RESTRICTED 2011: CULTURAL MEMORY

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Access Restricted 2011: Cultural Memory
Access Restricted is LMCC’s popular nomadic lecture series that opens rarely visited, often prohibited spaces in Lower Manhattan, free of charge, presenting site-specific lectures on a range of topics. LMCC with AIR has made archival recordings of these lectures available online.

Listen to a lecture by Clifford Chanin, founder of The Legacy Project and Steven Davis, principal of Aedas, lead architects for the National September 11 Memorial Museum, on how cultural memory informs design:

Cultural Memory
A conversation between Clifford Chanin, Founder of The Legacy Project
and Steven Davis, FAIA, Aedas

Recorded January 19, 2011
7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, 45th Floor


Access Restricted is supported by American Express and the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.

Special Thanks: Art International Radio and Silverstein Properties, Inc.


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