Theatrum Mundi

Interior Realms

Alison Irvine, Andrea Cetrulo, Casper Laing Ebbensgaard, Cecily Chua, Charlotte Law, Cucina Povera, ENDGAME, Flora Pitrolo, Jason Bahbak Mohaghegh, John Bingham-Hall, Labeja Kodua Okullu, Lyall Hakaraia, Marta Michalowska, Meghana Bisineer, Michael Salu, Niall Campbell, Pol Esteve Castello, RWP, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Satu Streatfield, Stephen Sutcliffe, Victor Ginesta, Vladimir Muratovski Divo, William Messenger

A domain of reflection, a zone of imagination, a sphere of cosmic reverie, a field of observation, an empire of fleeting thoughts, a territory of contemplation, a province of desires, an orbit of fantasy. Sixteen new pieces of writing – essays, poems, prose poems, short stories – two interviews taking you to the kitchen table, spare bedroom, home office, home studio, garage, shed, bedroom, bathroom, garden, closet and, on one occasion, car productions.

The book is accompanied by an audio compilation including ten homemade tracks that reflect the ways in which architectural spaces shape music production and how that music, in turn, transforms architecture’s atmospheric qualities.

Author: Alison Irvine, Andrea Cetrulo, Casper Laing Ebbensgaard, Cecily Chua, Charlotte Law, Cucina Povera, ENDGAME, Flora Pitrolo, Jason Bahbak Mohaghegh, John Bingham-Hall, Labeja Kodua Okullu, Lyall Hakaraia, Marta Michalowska, Meghana Bisineer, Michael Salu, Niall Campbell, Pol Esteve Castello, RWP, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Satu Streatfield, Stephen Sutcliffe, Victor Ginesta, Vladimir Muratovski Divo, William Messenger

Edited by: Andrea Cetrulo and Marta Michalowska

Publisher: Theatrum Mundi

Design: Marcos Villalba

Dimensions: 18 x 11 cms

Number of pages: 180

Language: English

Cover: Soft Cover

ISBN: 9781916186439

First year edition: 2021

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