There are nice touches, throwbacks to a bygone age, like the clock tower and the memorial arch
to rugby men who died in the Great War.
Whereas Wodiczko's earlier public projections-- especially those on military monuments, like the Memorial Arch
in Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza (1984-85) or the Arco de la Victoria in Madrid (1991)--disrupted the public function of such memorials through images of what they necessarily exclude, The Hiroshima Projection opened up the dome to a series of disjunctive, individual voices.
National Memorial Arch
- Valley Forge, Pennsylvania National Park.
The cornerstone of the Washington Memorial Arch
, in marble, was laid.
A flower adorned memorial arch
was erected amongst the charred soil at the crash site
Spread over six levels, the 10,600 square metre building fills in the gap between the Memorial Arch
on Deiniol Road and the old college building in Upper Bangor.
Images will be projected from the city's Memorial Arch
onto the wall of Bangor University's new Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, making a connection between the sacrifices of the past and the hopes of the future.
Who has heard of Ghino Venturi (1884-1970), designer of the castle-like sacrario at Oslavia, or of Orfeo Rossato (1885-1937), who raised a huge memorial arch
on the Asiago plateau, or of Felice Nori, who was responsible for the strange sacrario tower on the Montello ridge (Fig.
THE Memorial Arch
, which commemorates the members of the Armed Forces from across all counties of North and mid Wales who died during the First World War, will be open to the public during Remembrance Week.
The high school is gone but there is a memorial arch
where it once stood.
Mr Mukherjee was scheduled to inaugurate the Puducherry Freedom Fighters Centenary Year Memorial Arch
at Maducarai, near here, later in the day before flying to Chennai.