London’s Olympic waterscape: capturing transition. / Anton, Michael; Garrett, Bradley; Hess, Alison; Miles, Ellie; Moreau, Terri.

In: International Journal of Heritage Studies , 11.12.2011.

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In: International Journal of Heritage Studies , 11.12.2011.

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title = "London{\textquoteright}s Olympic waterscape: capturing transition",
abstract = "The waterways of London are an essential component of the city, with the RiverThames playing a prominent role in the heritage, history and identity of place.The upcoming 2012 Olympics are highlighting the Lea Valley waterways in eastLondon as another important part of London{\textquoteright}s waterscape, expanding London{\textquoteright}sglobal presence as a {\textquoteleft}water city{\textquoteright}. As part of the Creative Campus Initiative, weundertook a project based on the broad themes of water, London and theOlympics that would give voice to the changes taking place. The result is London{\textquoteright}s Olympic Waterscape, a 20-minute film comprising both {\textquoteleft}expert{\textquoteright} interview material discussing broad themes and developments and an embodied record of our engagement with the Olympic area during a brief period in the construction process. The present article is about the journey we took through and around the east London {\textquoteleft}Olympic{\textquoteright} waterways as we attempted to capture thistransitional moment on video.",
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author = "Michael Anton and Bradley Garrett and Alison Hess and Ellie Miles and Terri Moreau",
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doi = "10.1080/13527258.2011.643911",
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