Caitlin Jakusz Paridy is a landscape architect and researcher based in London, UK.

She is drawn to environmentally senstive projects which broaden our relationship to and understanding of natural systems, while also considering the impact of climate change on communities and landscapes at a local and territorial level. 

Her research applies this approach to Arctic/Sub-Arctic landscapes and processes through material studies, sound recording and temporal-material mapping.



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Caitlin Jakusz Paridy is a landscape architect and researcher based in London, UK.

She is drawn to environmentally senstive projects which broaden our relationship to and understanding of natural systems, while also considering the impact of climate change on communities and landscapes at a local and territorial level.

Her research applies this approach to Arctic/Sub-Arctic landscapes and processes through material studies, sound recording and temporal-material mapping.



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FIELDWORK - LONGYEARBYEN 
LYR—060323



DATE:  March, 2023
LOCATION:  Longyearbyen
TYPE: Design (Diploma)


FUNDING PROVIDED BY ARCTIC FIELD GRANT


“ Within the fieldwork, the above and below ground impacts and conditions of permafrost will be documented with photos, videos, sketches, sound recording, and text. This is done so to understand how permafrost is shaping the landscape, heritage infrastructure, and new construction. This documentation will take place in Longyearbyen within Management 10, and on official tours with Store Norsk to Mine #3, as well as Mine #7, and the Lars ice cave with a registered guide.”






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