The Possibility of Utopia
2004, 17:10 minutes, colour, English
Julio Soto’s 2004 video installation, The Possibility of Utopia, is a complex series of visual interpretations of twentieth century architectural and ideological utopian experiments.
Soto questions the ideal cities of the later half of the twentieth century and at the same time envisions the future of cities by examining the desire-driven cities of the past. The fantastical quality of his work is derived not only from his archeological research of history but also from his recreation of the discovered images through computer technology.
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