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The Thinker’s Garden have very kindly interviewed me about the forthcoming Imaginary Cities book; an opportunity (if one were needed) to talk about Surrealism, virtual reality, topography and how music might influence architecture. 71 more words


Day 101: Morning

“Bells of Cologne” – Imaginary Cities


'Imaginary Cities' Book Launch

Waterstones Piccadilly, London will be hosting the launch of Imaginary Cities on Wednesday 22nd July 19:00. It’ll be free of course but please RSVP by email: piccadilly@waterstones.com There’ll be a Q&A, book signing, drinks (I think) and I’ll give a brief talk, probably on imaginary versions of London. 85 more words

Poetry 365 - Day 158 (The Queen of Spades)

Found in The Sunday Times Culture Section 3/5/15, thanks for the loan of the paper D hope you didn’t want it back!


Peep This ~ Imaginary Cities - Ride This Out

Still loving on this a year later. Just sharing with you now.. This acoustic version is the whip.


Imaginary Cities

Colombia-born, New York-based artist Alexis Duque creates imaginary cities in his large scale paintings.

“I am obsessed with imaginary cities, sometimes I like to depict futuristic architectural metropolises, and other times, I am inspired by slums and shanty towns from developing countries, overflowed with crowded objects and furniture in an uncontrollable growth of accumulation and waste.” 139 more words

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