Short Stories: London in Two-And-A-Half Dimensions


Author: C.J. Lim

Combining place and fiction in an imaginative interpretation of ten sites in the city of London, CJ Lim and Ed Liu take well-known institutions, epochs and lifestyles in the British capital and renders them fantastic in a string of architectural short stories.,,,,The medium is an intersection of paper assemblages with short stories. The stories have been exhibited at the Royal….Read More

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