It’s worth looking at Lim’s previous book too, ‘Virtually Venice’ which he constructed for the Venice Biennale in 2004. In it, he imagines Venice as Kublai Khan after conversations with Marco Polo.
LIM, C.J. and LUI, E. (2011) Short stories in two and a half dimensions. Oxfordshire and USA. Routledge.
THATFIELD. (2011). Virtually Venice. Now urbanism: Mapping the city [online] Available at:
https://uwcitiescollab.wordpress.com/2011/12/16/virtually-venice/ [Accessed 15 December 2016]