Planet of visions: im Themenpark der Expo 2000 Hannover

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Wasmuth, 2000 - Architecture - 180 pages
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A tremendous hit at Expo 2000 in Hanover, the two exhibits documented here offer the world both a look backward at itself and a look forward. "Planet of Visions" brings the Utopias of world history into contemporary consciousness by projecting historic visions in gigantic panoramic scenes. Conversely, "The 21st Century" proposed interpretations of the key themes which will affect our planet in the coming 100 years.

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Martin Roth is one of Australia 's leading financial writers. After graduating in law from Auckland University, he embarked on a career in journalism, and has worked on daily newspapers in New Zealand, Australia, England and Greece. For seventeen years he lived in Japan, and as a Tokyo-based foreign correspondent his reports from Asia appeared in publications around the world, including the Guardian in the UK and the Wall Street Journal in the US. He has also spent six months working on kibbutzim in Israel, and was for seven years a securities analyst with British merchant banks. He now lives in Melbourne with his Korean wife and three sons, and is the author of many books, including the thriller "Prophets and Loss.

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