What if we abolished the conventional way of commemorating and we introduced a new one, which would be able to circulate the memory around the city in a more vivid way, bearing in the same time the memory of the place as well as interacting with the public?
The suggested version of memory management is based on three basic points: 1.offering memory, by projecting to the public all the valid documents that can reveal the history of each urban spot, 2.creating a different way of viewing the spot, by elevating the level that the viewer stands, 3. gathering memory, via a camera.
In contrast to the leveled information of nowadays, memo20 represents the escalated elevation towards memory. A portable construction moves around the city and is installed in the exact memory spots. A climax of twenty steps is the core of this construction. The activity of the user expands on the stair, under and around it. The shape of the construction itself is offered for new practices and public activities. It can host projections and testimonies from every memory spot and gathers research information, processed by multimedia systems.
The suggested construction- memo20 substitudes the monument and becomes a womb of information and digital material. It keeps up to certain specifications, as far as its abilities and its morphological characteristics are concerned, which determine its radical contraposition to the existing monuments.