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Mr Monkey sees TH. 2058 at Tate Modern, 1st November

"I think there might be some misplaced priorities here, you know"

Mr Monkey wondering if he wants to read The Drowned World Mr Monkey inspecting one of the bunk beds

The central idea of TH. 2058 is that in 2058 it will be raining all the time in London, so the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern will be used as a place for Londoners to sleep in the dry. Mr Monkey was a little disturbed to see that Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster had decided it was a good idea to provide the sheltering masses with books such as The Drowned World, Fahrenheit 451, and Dead Cities but hadn't bothered with blankets or mattresses.

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