On Tuesday the New York Daily News spoke with Charles Soule to discuss New York City’s role in his new graphic novel Strange Attractors. The book has been getting great reviews and Charles talks about how New York helped inspire the book’s complexity theory concept. Here’s an excerpt from the piece:
“I’ve always been fascinated by the inherent complexity of this city, you’ve got old, old systems that are layered on top of newer systems and everything is kind kludged together to work the way it works,” Soule says. “Electricity interacts with transports interacts with water, but not just infrastructures but all kinds of social stuff and the way the whole city works, it’s this amazing huge machine almost, but it almost seems too complex to exist.”
You can read the rest of the article here.
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