Unbuilt reintegrates and explores disappearance, absence, as well as merging the spatial and atmospherics of the site with a rooted historical position and perspective. This chapter focuses on the short history of unrealized specifics, while it goes unnoticed and little facts are revealed, with no exception addresses the difficult moment between artist's intention and its realization, construction and demolition, lost and found, protection and corrosion. As, this particular work fosters artistic abstraction in milieu of crisis aimed at re-inhabiting the boundaries, explores how uncarried works can respond to inhabitation -- both informed and reformed -- of the unbuilt.
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