Christian Skovgaard’s New Graphic Novel is All About Psychogeography

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It takes a strong will to choose psychogeography as the subject for a graphic novel – it’s not an easy subject to get your head round at the best of times – but that doesn’t seem to have dissuaded Christian Skovgaard. His new book Picking Up Pieces is based around a young woman who is forced to deal with the death of her lover in tandem with the news of the collapse of a historical archive in Cologne.

Period28 Nov 2014

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  • TitleChristian Skovgaard’s New Graphic Novel is All About Psychogeography
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletIt's Nice That
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size234 Words
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date28/11/14
    DescriptionIt takes a strong will to choose psychogeography as the subject for a graphic novel – it’s not an easy subject to get your head round at the best of times – but that doesn’t seem to have dissuaded Christian Skovgaard. His new book Picking Up Pieces is based around a young woman who is forced to deal with the death of her lover in tandem with the news of the collapse of a historical archive in Cologne.
    Producer/AuthorMaisie Skidmore
    URLwww.itsnicethat.com/articles/christian-skovgaard
    PersonsChristian Petersen