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Paolozzi's friend JG Ballard, whom often collaborated with him, said the series was "a unique guidebook to the electric garden of our minds".
The author JG Ballard, a frequent collaborator, said they were "a unique guidebook to the electric garden of our minds", while Paolozzi himself, who died in 2005 described himself as a 'wizard in Toytown'.
London, April 20 (ANI): The acclaimed British author JG Ballard, whose novels include Crash and Empire of the Sun, has died after a long illness.
Summary: Acclaimed author JG Ballard has died after a lengthy battle with illness.
According to the BBC, the Biography of the Year shortlist also includes memoirs by JG Ballard, Dawn French, Paul O'Grady, Julie Walters and Marcus Trescothick.
Greg Lynn Form also evokes notions of science fiction, featuring contributions from two of the great authors of the genre, JG Ballard and Bruce Sterling (author of The Growthing, a short story written after being sent some of Lynn's work by Metropolis magazine).
JG Ballard talks to Mark Kermode about his autobiography Miracles of Life and Tim Samuels meets his childhood hero Morrissey.
JG Ballard talks to Mark Kermode about his autobiography, Tim Samuels meets Morrissey and Verity Sharp interviews kd lang.