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The Atlas of Nowhere

Andrew McLaren
Artists' Books
21 × 24.5 × 1 cm

A rumination about cartography, circularity and mirrors, “The Atlas of Nowhere” includes a grand hole through the middle of itself and an excellent and detailed bibliography about cosmology, alchemy, as well as “miscellaneous donut shaped media.”

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