A process which continues beyond the physical boundaries of site, substituting the stagnency which has set in over the years, a process which brings withit a new narration and inculcates ... could we recreate some life on a barren, toxified site that bears testimony of the dead and decayed life? Could the semblance of a memorial travel beyond the often percieved built analogy, towards an ever-present and consistently growing phenomenon?

The memorial is not a static manifestation of an architectural form glorifying and or subjugating the tragedy of the event. Suggesting that the water purification plant is the memorial for gas victims, it metamorphosizes from the metaphysical to the more pragmatic interpretation, and seeks its presence and continuance.