CCDN 331 – Project 2 – Part 2

       All Roads Lead to Rome…

                        … All Wires Lead to the City

-Renewed Critical Perspective –

The signs of urbanisation have become a natural part of society, these signs have become a structure that defines wellington.

Walking around the suburban areas of wellington, following the wires, gradually I was lead deeper into the city. Following the wires brought me closer to the depths of urbanisation, with imposing structures, large vehicles and a multitude of technology at every corner.

These wires are symbolic and a defining element of wellington, their ability to go unnoticed makes their purpose and symbolism all the more significant. These wires are a small element of the large scale of technology and it’s power to frame society.  They represent the growth of the city and it’s advances through technology.


– Second Collection  –

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-Soundtrack Options –

Found on Noise Trade:

McKerrow, J. (2015). Welcome Home; Joel McKerrow and The Mysterious Few . On Welcome Home (MP3 File).  Sydney: 2015 Joel McKerrow and the Mysterious Few. (April 30 2015)

Unknown. (2015) The Crucifixion.(Recorded by Resonate Church)Grief and Gratitude. MP3 File). Wellington: 2015 Resonate Records, (April 26 2015)

Unknown. (2015) Lazarus .(Recorded by Resonate Church)Grief and Gratitude. MP3 File). Wellington: 2015 Resonate Records, (April 26 2015)

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