Mound at corner of urban street, with One Way and Do Not Enter signs at corner.

Reading Detroit in a Season of Mourning

The grassy mounds that dot Detroit might be scrap heaps, or dumping grounds, or piles of ash and brick. But they are also unintentional artifacts in a tradition of monumentality and commemoration. What possibilities might they open up for a new landscape ethic — an ethic of visibility, of memory, of attention to the sacred everyday?

The grassy mounds that dot Detroit might be scrap heaps, or dumping grounds, or piles of ash and brick. But they are also unintentional artifacts in a tradition of monumentality and commemoration.

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