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Published on Jun 27, 2015
Set in an imagined near future, Stephen Brandes’ ‘The Last Travelogue of Albert Sitzfleisch’, is a blackly humoured and phantasmagorical journey through the mind, anxieties and distractions of the modern European imagination. As Albert Sitzfleisch falls from the tallest building in Lower Saxony he recalls his travels…
Copyright: Stephen Brandes 2015 Music: And Hell Is Behind Me by Part Chimp, They are all dead, there are no skip at all by Leyland Kirby, Yacikaa 1 by Maat.
Made with assistance from Illuminations Gallery, National University of Ireland, Maynooth and Cork County Council Arts Office.