“Truth will again have to go underground, having been reduced to tatters along with life” — André Breton
In often dreamlike peregrinations around his home towns of Liverpool, London and New York, Andy Merrifield reflects on what cities mean to us and how they shape the way we think. As he wanders, Merrifield’s reveries circle questions: Can we talk about cities in the absolute, discovering their essence beneath the particulars? Is it possible truly to love or hate a city, to experience it carnally or viscerally? Might we find true love in the city?