Maps colour our perception of the world and ourselves
My old friend and colleague, the sculptor Gareth Jones, came to stay for a few days last week, on a rare return to the UK from his home in Providence, Rhode Island.Although there are often up to 18-month gaps between our meetings, the conversation, aided by interim transatlantic phone calls, always picks up as though we frequently shared drinks and food.
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