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The Drowned World is a 1962 science fiction novel by British writer J. G. Ballard . The novel features a central character who, rather than being disturbed by the end of the old world, is enraptured by the chaotic reality that has come to replace it. The novel is an expansion of an out of print novella of the same title published in Science Fiction Adventures magazine in January 1962, Vol. 4, No. 24.

Set in the year 2145 in a post-apocalyptic and unrecognisable London, The Drowned World is a setting of tropical temperatures, flooding and accelerated evolution. [2]

Just as psychoanalysis reconstructs the original traumatic situation in order to release the repressed material, so we are now being plunged back into the archaeopsychic past, uncovering the ancient taboos and drives that have been dormant for epochs… Each one of us is as old as the entire biological kingdom, and our bloodstreams are tributaries of the great sea of its total memory. [4]

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A virtual exhibiton curated by Daniel Michael Satele.
Presented by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust.

The Drowned World is a virtual exhibition located at the-drowned-world.com, curated by Daniel Michael Satele for Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust. The Drowned World features work by seven New Zealand-based, Pacific artists exploring the intimate connection between human life and water: Lesieli Finau, Nina Oberg Humphries, Sara Riordan, Elyjana Roach, Salome Tanuvasa, Jasmine Te Hira and Luisa Tora.

“JG Ballard’s recently reissued masterpiece, The Drowned World , shows him to be the most important British writer of the late 20th century.” — The Telegraph (UK)

The Drowned World is a 1962 science fiction novel by British writer J. G. Ballard . The novel features a central character who, rather than being disturbed by the end of the old world, is enraptured by the chaotic reality that has come to replace it. The novel is an expansion of an out of print novella of the same title published in Science Fiction Adventures magazine in January 1962, Vol. 4, No. 24.

Set in the year 2145 in a post-apocalyptic and unrecognisable London, The Drowned World is a setting of tropical temperatures, flooding and accelerated evolution. [2]

Just as psychoanalysis reconstructs the original traumatic situation in order to release the repressed material, so we are now being plunged back into the archaeopsychic past, uncovering the ancient taboos and drives that have been dormant for epochs… Each one of us is as old as the entire biological kingdom, and our bloodstreams are tributaries of the great sea of its total memory. [4]

The Drowned World is a 1962 science fiction novel by British writer J. G. Ballard . The novel features a central character who, rather than being disturbed by the end of the old world, is enraptured by the chaotic reality that has come to replace it. The novel is an expansion of an out of print novella of the same title published in Science Fiction Adventures magazine in January 1962, Vol. 4, No. 24.

Set in the year 2145 in a post-apocalyptic and unrecognisable London, The Drowned World is a setting of tropical temperatures, flooding and accelerated evolution. [2]

Just as psychoanalysis reconstructs the original traumatic situation in order to release the repressed material, so we are now being plunged back into the archaeopsychic past, uncovering the ancient taboos and drives that have been dormant for epochs… Each one of us is as old as the entire biological kingdom, and our bloodstreams are tributaries of the great sea of its total memory. [4]

The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website!  

A virtual exhibiton curated by Daniel Michael Satele.
Presented by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust.

The Drowned World is a virtual exhibition located at the-drowned-world.com, curated by Daniel Michael Satele for Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust. The Drowned World features work by seven New Zealand-based, Pacific artists exploring the intimate connection between human life and water: Lesieli Finau, Nina Oberg Humphries, Sara Riordan, Elyjana Roach, Salome Tanuvasa, Jasmine Te Hira and Luisa Tora.

The Drowned World is a 1962 science fiction novel by British writer J. G. Ballard . The novel features a central character who, rather than being disturbed by the end of the old world, is enraptured by the chaotic reality that has come to replace it. The novel is an expansion of an out of print novella of the same title published in Science Fiction Adventures magazine in January 1962, Vol. 4, No. 24.

Set in the year 2145 in a post-apocalyptic and unrecognisable London, The Drowned World is a setting of tropical temperatures, flooding and accelerated evolution. [2]

Just as psychoanalysis reconstructs the original traumatic situation in order to release the repressed material, so we are now being plunged back into the archaeopsychic past, uncovering the ancient taboos and drives that have been dormant for epochs… Each one of us is as old as the entire biological kingdom, and our bloodstreams are tributaries of the great sea of its total memory. [4]

The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website!  


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