Drawings We Have Lived: Mapping Desire Lines in Edmonton

Constellations (University of Alberta Student Journal) 4 (1) (2013)
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Abstract

Desire Lines are grassy pathways formed when many people walk the same way over and over again – exploring or shortcutting through city space. Thus, they display an urban history while shaping a space’s present as well. From May to August 2012, I mapped and documented Desire Lines in Edmonton. This paper chronicles my methods and findings, and situates the concept of Desire Lines in a larger theoretical context

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