Damien Crisp / Society-Society / 2010-2011

Each day is a single image and a reversed
reflection of my hours. Each day is marked
by night and morning; time. Facebook is the
machine, the carrier, the structure, the magnet
of hours. The day collects hours and it moves
towards the beginning of the image. Night
becomes the opening and day becomes the
ending. No day is a story. No day is whole.
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3 Responses to Damien Crisp / Society-Society / 2010-2011

  1. lt says:

    Radical new stuff … keep on it.

  2. Christina Magdelena says:

    if i was earth native you could be my son yet i am not and yet you are pure essence of transcendent humanity encompassing its whole as the snake eats its tail your infinite energy creates a circumference that spirals within and without the universal structure of your pious altitude that comes back around.

  3. Peter Stock says:

    Saving this for further exploration. You’re my man, Damien….

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