"We exist in the nervous bowels of Late Capitalism. In this age of disposable, plastic consumerism, I observe the late nights, the addiction, and the perverse. I am not a passive observer, but rather a reflexive participant. Where the disparate worlds of decadence and desperate necessity meet - the liminal spaces – those of consumption and addiction, I see the animalistic side of human nature, and it
gives scope to the contemporary Human Condition.
We are tourists in our own lives. We often miss the bits that are real."
Christopher Charlie Isoe, 2008