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LAcities: City works through time

Landscape Architecture Elective

The Oak Tree in T S White’s The Once and Future King told the young boy- to-be- King Arthur: “You Humans move too fast”.

Do Cities think we spend too little time standing and staring, getting to really see and know and LIVE in our surroundings?

Does the city gather power through our use of it? Is it our dreams that transform the city?

How many years do you have to live in a city to realise it is always changing; that is always will.

Cities don’t get old as we do: so that sometimes returning to a city is surprising : It’s so new!

Melbourne’s Birranung Mar – do you remember it as a flat field of railway lines?

What about Batmans’s Hill – It’s not there!

This lecture series considered memory and Melbourne’s past, through contemporary novels, through photographs, through walking and looking and through a group of Landscape Architects who have thought about change, and changed Melbourne themselves.

They provided the Student Body with a armature of some of the more substantial Melbourne Earth Works that have changed our urban milieu.

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