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“The work of fiction you are holding is about building civilizations in general, and the contemporary city specifically. It satirizes the current trajectory of Toronto, building to a fantastical future, for the purposes of dialogue. The city is a dream; a collective one. We invite you to dream with us about what inspires and makes our dreams a reality – our city, our home, Toronto.”

Black & white images, English text.
Paperback, staple-bound.

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