Between Dominance and Demise speaks of the industrial ruin as an entity that is in the state of the in-between, which will be elaborated in this thesis. Due to the inevitability of immense changes in technological advancements, the industrial complex is suspended from regular activity. Such an uncertain position is considered to be in a state of transformation for both the physical construct and the community to which it pertains. For many communities, the struggles of adapting to the uncertainty of the post-industrial landscape can often inhibit their regeneration. Consequently, these landscapes are often replaced by contemporary modes of construction that do not consider the past or remain vacant. How do we maintain connections to our industrial heritage, to the memory of place, if it no longer appears to be embedded in the social and physical networks of the surrounding communities?