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Documenting virus-wrought changes in public spaces
Merrion Square in Dublin 2 Pic: RollingNews.ie

25 Jan 2022 / COVID-19 Print

Documenting virus-wrought changes in public spaces

Virus-wrought changes to public use of space is to be documented by the Irish Architectural Archive.

Much of this change is happening on a daily, if not hourly basis, the body has said.

The Irish Architectural Archive has agreed to act as a repository for materials about spatial and social shifts, from photos of new walls being built in pharmacies, to lines of tape on the floor of supermarkets, to social distancing markers in public space. 

Drawings

Any photographs, drawings or notes recording these phenomena, can be sent to the Irish Architectural Archive at info@iarc.ie.

Files should be at as high a resolution as possible, and should be accompanied by information recording the photographer, location, date and any attendant notes.

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