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OM: the oneiric metropolis Box 5: subterranean cities (the city archive project)

Donald Rance
self published
Artists' Books
13.7 × 18.7 × 4 cm

Housed in a black archival box, a series of found images conjure up a narrative and construct “imaginary cities” where personal and collective memory converge in the form of a thematic compilation. Box 5 in a projected series of 30 boxes archives “the subterranean city” illustrating the artist’s recurring dream with over a hundred found images.

  1. OM: the oneiric metropolis Box 5: subterranean cities (the city

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