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  • The work is divided into six scenes, as good as any way to encompass the large amount of landmarks (the work) and territory ("...the 'good place' of speculative explorations and the 'no-place' that is revealed through critical agency") that the exhibition lays out.

    James Scarborough: A Meta-Narrative for the "Sharjah Biennial 10: Plot For A Biennial," Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

  • This summer even the rubbish-strewn no-place of an underpass under a main road will be transformed into a Folly for a Flyover.

    The insider's guide to free arts

  • That utopian no-place allows us to imagine impossible solutions for the many real problems we face daily.

    Angela Himsel: Avatar Meets Garden of Eden

  • “The name America, for example, very probably represents not just a tip of the hat to Amerigo Vespucci but also a multilingual pun that can mean both “born new” and “no-place-land” – a playful coinage that seems to have inspired Sir Thomas More to invent his new world across the ocean, one meaning of which was also “no-place”: Utopia.”

    The map that changed the world | clusterflock

  • That was where the music and the drugs were supposed to take you, too: to timeless, orgasmic no-place described by religious mystics.

    Twenty-Five Years Later, We're Still Living In Woodstock Nation

  • They are therefore held and comprehended from the outset in the topos outopos placeless place, no-place place in which our experience of being-in-the-world is situated.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • This was one of HPL's unsung contributions to horror; bringing it home rather than setting it in "Italy" or "Geneva" or "Transylvania" or some nebulous no-place like Poe.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • My reading material has entered a bizarre no-place combining ratmmjess' hypnagogic Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana* and my backlog of Warren Ellis Marvel comic books, uncovered during the Great Shelving.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • And not even the gentle tugging at her scalp as Max gathered her twice-washed, creme-rinsed, strawberry blond hair in one hand, or the annoying buzz of the portable clippers as he harvested it, reached Irene in the no-place to which she had retreated.

    The Girls He Adored

  • She couldn't afford right now to slip away into the no-time, no-place state of meditative peace, assuming she could manage to achieve it.

    Betrayal

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