Friday, June 18, 2010

John Devlin's Dreams of Cambridge

An article posted today by the BBC:
In the middle of an island in Nova Scotia, Canada, John Devlin has created an idyllic version of Cambridge and Oxford Universities.

But, Canadian-born John [pictured] has not actually built this dream structure. It began as the idea of a damaged mind coping with psychotic episodes.

Therapy came in the form of sketches of the colleges, as a reminder of John's days as a student in Cambridge.

These Dreams of Cambridge are on show until 25 June, 2010 at King's College.

To read the entire article, please click here.

Also see:

John Devlin: Alchemy and Architecture

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