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From our upcoming exhibit at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art. Tx to Garry Holstein fb.me/3EUjDdaNK

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You can see the Aonni water bottling plant near by (our generous hosts) and a piece of the Strait of Magellan in... fb.me/3SGiLkVBu

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New Harmony bicentennial less than a month away. Kcymaerxthaere show at New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art less than 2 weeks away!

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@kcym Hey this chick on KIK wants to chat with you ;) her username is kerryboston7814

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@eamesd: Here's another word from last yrs @kcym bee (definition:… Instagram.com/p/qIeOqCSk0j/#kcymaerxthaere

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Upcoming Event

New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art showcases Kcymaerxthaere

Event Info

The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art will showcase the project of Kcymaerxthaere through an exhibition highlighting Disputed Likenesses July 26 - September 26 2014. There will be an opening and closing reception. More details will be posted soon regarding the opening and closing events.

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LOO-meem

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Travel Guide Volume Four

Description

Travel Guide Volume Four: Kcymaerxthaere (Discover Leddl & Parts of kNow Estrelliia)

Volume 4 of a series of travel guides to an alternative universe known as Kcymaerxthaere, specifically the portions in what we call Europe. Kcymaerxthaere is a global work of 3 dimensional storytelling where the Geographer-at-Large has installed bronze plaques and historical sites that honor events in the fictional world in our linear world.

Leddl is largely consistent with what we call Europe and kNow Estrelliia quite consistent with what we call Britain, Ireland, Iceland and Greenland--and the surrounding waters.

With this book you can find and visit them, or sit back an enjoy the stories. You can read from either direction.

The stories featured include the fate of the clan of Nobunaga, a samurai from what we would call Japan who was blown off course in a terrible storm after barely surviving an assassination attempt from a trusted lieutenant.