JG BALLARD Interviews an 18-Year-Old RICHARD PRINCE

As a historical document, JG BALLARD’s 1967 interview with RICHARD PRINCE is like an unclaimed piece of checked luggage. Allegedly published by Ballard in Punch magazine in August 1967 (032c can neither confirm nor deny this), it was much more likely to have first been published by Prince in the art magazine ZG fourteen years later. It would appear safe to assume that this interview between …
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9 MOMENTS WHEN COMICS, FASHION, & SCIENCE FICTION CLASHED / BEST OF 2013

THIRDSPACE PUNCH Thirdspace is a theory developed by American geographer Edward Soja that transcends ideas of duality to create a new, expanded space for human life in which the real and the imagined are fused. In the world of comics—where space is traditionally confined to a series of panels, holding moments in time, which are…
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JEFF VANDERMEER: Science-Fiction City

The novels of JEFF VANDERMEER fall somewhere between science fiction, urban surrealism, dark fantasy, magical realism, and even horror-comedy. From his fungal city of Ambergris to the uniquely dark, medicalized underworld of Veniss, VanderMeer’s vision is architectural in the best, broadest sense. An interview with the author on how his work impacts architecture and urban planning.
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