Artwork from the book 'Sometimes Archaeology Dreams of Itself: Future Relics', made in collaboration with Viktor Gogas. The artwork tells about the history of the SS Antilla, a German ship sunk in Aruba, and its connections with Antilia, a phantom island with seven harbors, which appeared in the nautical charts of medieval cartographers before the Atlantic became widely explored, and eventually disappeared from mapping as no one ever found it. A quest for the unknown takes place on the ultimate touristic island. The Western conception of the Caribbean as Paradise clashes with the touristic Caribbean Hell
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