We are delighted to announce that London-based digital artist and electronic literature producer Chris Joseph has submitted two remarkably enjoyable contributions.
Baucis addresses the ethereal and mysterious identity of a city which can only be seen once the traveller has climbed “the slender stilts that rise from the ground at a great distance from one another and are lost above the clouds” (Calvino, 1972: 77).
Maurilia, in turn, offers the viewer/reader a much more Argentine stance on Calvino’s Invisible Cities. Deeply rooted in Argentina’s urban/rural contrasts, this Maurilia created by Joseph connects past and present, fiction and reality, London and Buenos Aires.
Note on the author:
Chris Joseph is a British digital artist and multimedia producer who has participated in many renowned projects such as Inanimate Alice and Flight Paths with writer Kate Pullinger. He also creates works under the pseudonym ‘babel’.