Remove all traces of; destroy or obliterate.
Remove all traces of; destroy or obliterate. To erase insinuates a loss that is permanent and cannot be recovered. It can be used as a force of destruction or can be a symptom of collateral damage in the built environment.
Questions & Provocations
When something is erased, what is lost?
Where has erasure taken place in your environment?
How can we engage with existing places without causing destructive erasure?