Ghost River

This project pieces together the pasts, presents, and possible futures of Saint Pierre, a major waterway that cut across the west of the island for much of its history. Canalized and buried underground throughout the 18th, 19th, and 20th century, the river now exists as a ghost, haunting the city’s landscape, infrastructure, and historical imagination. Explore the trajectory of the Saint-Pierre across time and space in Waters, Environment, Steps.

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