Recreate the discovery of imaginary cities with the limited edition of the INVISIBLE CITIES recording, beautifully designed by Traci Larson. Fashioned after a memory box, the handmade case features a woodburned cover and a collection of unbound postcards, with images and texts collected from Marco Polo's metaphysical journey. Signed by composer Christopher Cerrone and stamped with its limited edition number, this object is a true collector's item and a beautiful memento of The Industry's production.
Includes unlimited streaming of INVISIBLE CITIES: An Opera by Christopher Cerrone
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Kublai Khan asks Marco Polo why he never speaks of his home,
Venice. Polo says that in fact, every time he describes a city,
he is commenting on Venice. Khan insists that Polo tell him
everything about Venice, but Polo refuses.
“Memory’s images, once they are said in words, are erased,”
Polo says. Perhaps he is afraid of losing Venice if he speaks of it
— or perhaps, speaking of other cities, he has already lost it.
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