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This text is part of the exhibition
Held Together with Water,
Flags on show at Zabriskie Point, Geneva CH.
14 Feb til 15 Mar – 2017
NEXT, RISING, MOOD (3 / 4) – Dayna Casey We have unraveled into winter, a period of crisis since 2008, although on this day 10 January 2017 it is also summer – it’s ONTO week. I’m apparently thriving on Serotonin, the neurotransmitter that tells me it’s time for innovation(!).
Crisis as it may be, within a decade we will be overcoming the Fourth Turning and awakening into spring, and next week I (we) will be prospering on Dopamine in autumn. At least, this is the future believers of these concepts predict.
This is a fascination for the approach of multiple scales of time as fourfold seasonal cycles; seeking the potential lesser-known patterns underlying our reality. It is an investigation of speculated truths and models of perceptions of time.

Generational Theory, created by Neil Howe and William Strauss, suggests a fourfold cycle of recurring mood eras, called turnings, summing up to roughly a saeculum: the equivalent of the complete renewal of a human population. In short, society endures a cycle of four seasons: communal build-up (spring), personal autonomy (summer), strong individualism (autumn) and finally ends up in crisis (winter) – institutional life is dismantled, renewing the development again (spring). (1)
The 28-day emotional cycle, researched by Dr David Goodman (2) and popularised by Dr Mark Filippi, (3) theorises that we “exhibit four natural emotional shifts within the lunar cycle” based on the boosts of different neurochemicals, (4) meaning we think, work and interact differently each week of the month.

Sagittal Axis – Dayna Casey
These categorisations of time are strict and supposedly only exist within severe generalisations; a level of nuance is needed supposing these theories are ‘true’.
Add caffeine, sugar or (blue) screens to the week’s dominating neurotransmitter and your chemical signals are already fluctuating. And though Baby Boomers came of age in prosperous times, not all individual lives were free of hardship. Any broad statement about an entire demographic is bound to be wrong.
This approach to visualising time does not ignore these anomalies, exceptions, complexities or diversities, but can be seen as a model, a proposal for a framework of time – an exercise for thought. One that has become relevant in current times of turmoil, because what if Generational Theory becomes the truth for new political powers?

We humans fire neurons at the sight of rhythm: we are pattern-recognition machines subconsciously comforted by resemblant or complementary shapes,(5) we even have the tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within unrelated phenomena (Apophenia).(6) We seek solace in patterns and (try to) make sense of what we know. We simplify and visualise for maximum comprehension.
Carl Sagan’s Cosmic Calendar is one example of a comprehensive model: a scale in which the 13.7 billion year lifetime of the universe is mapped onto a single year. At this scale the Big Bang took place on 1 January at midnight, and the current time is mapped to 31 December at midnight.(7) Humans have inhabited this planet since just before midnight. This image helps to put cosmology, evolution, and written history in context. Time is compressed into the calendar as a visual landscape of time, contextualising our existence in the bigger picture. We create such visualisations and in turn they shape our worldview.

The monthly and generational chronometry derives from yearly seasons, a flow we intimately relate to on a daily basis; a law of periodicity: flux and reflux, ebb and flow, night and day. Rhythmic repetition is intrinsic to our reality. (8) However, our dominating Western visualisation of time is linear and sequential, a sagittal axis: the past is behind us and the future is ahead, an upward progression since the primitive beginning. In linguistics we look forward to next week and back to last year. (9) Time flows fast and if you want to benefit, the present must be seized. Time is bound to be wasted. (10)(11)
Unraveled Dopamine, Quarter of a Cycle for Crisis – Dayna Casey Goodman and Filippi divide the month into weeks of cyclical optimal moods induced by the dominant neurotransmitter: PHYLO week: self-awareness on Acetylcholine (spring), ONTO week: innovation on Serotonin (summer), ECO week: individual foresight on Dopamine (autumn) and EXO week: deep analysis on Norepinephrine (winter). (1)(2) Filippi’s intention is to “coordinate our internal four-phase rhythms with those of our greater environment, we can think, work and interact with greater coherence”. (12)(4) An ultimate recipe to seize the present.
Douglas Rushkoff provides an example of literal seasonal sync in Present Shock. “People have been achieving the benefit of sync since the invention of agriculture ... when planting the right seeds at the right times, harvest ends up matching the human physiology’s needs during that season”. (4) Energy-generating root vegetables versus hydrating, cooling fruits. “Much of culture is already designed around the more subtle influences on the ‘seasons’ of our moods ... to exploit or counteract a state of mind. ... Fertility rituals, or Solstice to brighten the darkest day of winter.” (4)

Our speculated neurotransmitted optimal foundation has – at present – been concealed. Our modern world promotes an imbalance, often paradoxically in search of optimisation. Our conscious and subconscious mind hijacks the agency attempting to boost productivity, seizing the present. We counteract with amphetaminic substances to compensate sluggish Acetylcholine. Or, in distraction, we use the slot machines in our pockets, (13) boosting rushes of Dopamine at all the wrong moments; corporate gain is outmaneuvering these optimal states of mind. “Our efforts to be more productive backfire”. (14)
Productivity gurus are answering to this imbalance with: ‘The Time Well Spent Internet’ (15) or books with titles such as ‘Getting Things Done’ (16) and ‘15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management’ (17) – clickbait in a paperback. Or ‘Echo’, the hands-free, screen-free, smart speaker that learns and anticipates your domestic needs. (18)
The post-Fordist capitalist aim of optimal economic efficiency has seeped into how we feel we need to framework our lives. (19) Each day must be well-spent; it must count. This progressive growth-based economic model attunes to the dominant linear and sequential worldview. We are moving upwards on the linear line of time.
Sagittal Axis – Dayna Casey
The theorists of The Turnings argue for a more cyclical, seasonal approach to our large landscape of time. They claimed (in 1997) that we were heading into winter, which we have by now reached. We are situated in crisis. (1)(20) It indicates that the system our (great) (grand) parents have composed has come to the end of its cycle.
The cycle consists of four successive, recurrent archetypal generations, each responding to the preceding frame of mind. A generation can be seen as a social location in time and space, in which consciousness and attitude is formed. (22) The next rising mood becomes dominant as the following generation comes of middle age. This revolvement of moods is not strictly divided by the calendar; it evolves along a continuum, (23) based on a natural flow of blossom and whither. Their research detects cycles back to the 15th century in Western culture, developing from Europe to a focus on the United States. (24)
Our current declining cycle started post World Wars of the last century: an optimistic, communal era with civic development, which rendered institutions strong (spring). In response, the following generation finds increasing yearning for individual introspection (mid 60s–mid 80s: summer) and rebellious counterculture arises. In the following mood era a heightened sense of individualistic self-reliance and an increasing withdrawal of public trust emerges. Individual gain is essential (autumn), leading up to –financial – crisis: just one manifestation indicating that our system is in dire need of redefinition. We have reached winter, and spring awaits us. (1)(24)

The failure of any composed societal system seems inevitable. It is merely one such attempt at coordinating a group of humans, an endless cycle of trial and error; attempt after attempt at tempering entropy.

Confirmation-biased or not, our current generation has inherited a withering civilisation. Faith in current society is diminishing.
With a linear projection of time, an upward progression could seem endless to generations that came of age after a crisis. Our lives post World Wars were relatively progressive and confident times. (1)(24) Until 9/11, catastrophe mostly seemed to exist in our past or in far-off countries where proxy wars are fought. This could also point to a potential reason the Wall Street wolves of the 90s were excessive risk takers in the financial bubble – they had experienced no real crises. (20) This linear visualisation renders the consensus that productivity wins. Efficiency trumps moral consideration.
On the other hand, a noticeable decline could mean we are headed towards ‘the end’. The Doomsday Clock has been set at 2 1/2 minutes to midnight, the closest it’s been since 1953. (25) But “apocalyptic rhetoric and apocalyptic thinking flourish during crisis periods.” (21)
Our mood is showing similarities to the general mood 80 years ago. (26)(27)(28) Recent headlines (21.01.2017) uphold this eerie parallel: ‘With Echoes of the ‘30s, Trump Resurrects a Hard-Line Vision of ‘America First’, (29) ‘We’re heading into Dark Times, this is How to be Your Own Light in the Age of Trump’. (30) Historian Tony Judt says: “For the first time since World War II, the West fear for an unknown future” and “we are today living out the dim echo of a debate conducted seventy years ago (...)”. (31) “Pope warns That Rising Populism Could Produce a New Hitler” (32) Are these Godwins waiting to happen or informed comparisons? History does not literally repeat – circumstances are obviously different – but it is possible that they rhyme. (33)(34) “Certainly a winter chill is in the air”. (35)
However, with a cyclical view this pessimism can be perceived in a more motivating manner. Brian Eno: “...(this is) not the beginning of a long decline, but the end of one – the turning point ... A comfortable Clinton presidency or Remain vote would not deal with the fundamental problems.” (36)
Banking scandals, fake news and post-truth rhetoric have raised a generation that is developing a strong desire to rethink the structures and frameworks of government, news and community. In the niches of the markets, economics are reshaping around new values: parallel currencies are emerging. Are we reaching the end of capitalism? (37)(38)(39)(40)

We could be witnessing the overdue death of a system. Rather than seeing it as defeat, we could be shaping our newest attempt and anticipating the future with collective civic engagement; an unusual opportunity to rethink an inherited society. Is an absurd celebrity president necessary to break the status quo? Must we succumb to elected fascism before we overcome political indifference?

As apophenic pattern-recognisers these perspectives could end up meaning nothing in the grander scheme. How we make sense of things now, is merely our knowledge within our current paradigm, which is bound to progress to an unlikely revelation. (41) Black Swans, Singularity and climate doom await. This model is just one narrative among many and doesn’t have answers for current turmoil, but it enables us to contextualise our time in the stream of history. (42) An exercise for thought.

Stephen K. Steve Bannon – Dayna Casey
But, as said before, what if this becomes the truth for some? President Trump’s chief strategist and Senior Counselor – who is also now just become part of the National Security Council (43) and former executive chairman of far-right (anti-semitic and racist) Breitbart News Stephen K. Bannon, is ‘very familiar’ with this theory. (44)(45) He directed the 2010 documentary Generation Zero (20) based on Howe and Strauss’ Generational Theory, laying the groundwork for his ideas on “turning against the establishment”. He has been “thinking about how to use it to achieve particular goals” (44) and more directly has proudly claimed in 2013: “I’m a Leninist. Lenin wanted to destroy the state and that’s my goal, too. I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today’s establishment.” (46)(47) Something he now denies saying. “This Man is the Most Dangerous Political Operative in America”. (47) Is this a self-fulfilling prophecy? Has Howe & Strauss’ perspective of cyclical time brought forth a man feeling responsible to be the catalyst for the next cycle? Or is he an inevitable part of the inevitable cycle? If not him, another.

This is one part of an ongoing research of visualisations of time.

Research 2014 – 2017
Strauss, William, and Howe, Neil. The fourth turning: an American prophecy. New York: Broadway, 1997. Print.
Rushkoff, Douglas. "Rhythmicity: An Interview with Neurobiologist David Goodman." Reality Sandwich. N.p., 2014. Web. 28 Jan. 2017.
Filippi, Mark, Dr. N.p., n.d. Web.
Rushkoff, Douglas. Present shock: when everything happens now. NY, NY, U.S.A.: Current, 2013. Print.
Mattson, Mark P. "Superior pattern processing is the essence of the evolved human brain." Frontiers in Neuroscience 8 (2014): n. pag. Web.
"Apophenia." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web.
“Carl Sagan's Cosmic Calendar." Palaeos. N.p., n.d. Web.
Ross, Lydia. The Doctrine of Cycles. Covina, CA: Theosophical U Press, 1944. Print.
Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Barbara. Conceptualizations of time. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016. Print.
Keating, Joshua. “Why Time is a Social Construct." Smithsonian Institution, Jan. 2013. Web.
Lewis, Richard. "How Different Cultures Understand Time." Business Insider. Business Insider, 01 June 2014. Web.
Filippi, Mark, Dr. N.p., n.d. Web.
Harris, Tristan. "How Technology Hijacks People’s Minds — from a Magician and Google’s Design Ethicist." Medium. N.p., 18 May 2016. Web. 15 Jan. 2017.
Burkeman, Oliver. "Why time management is ruining our lives." The Guardian. N.p., 22 Dec. 2016. Web. 15 Jan. 2017. Via E-Flux.
Tristan, Harris. "The Binge Breaker." The Atlantic. N.p., Nov. 2016. Web.
David, Allen. "Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity." Amazon. N.p., 2002. Web.
Kruse, Kevin. "5 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management: The Productivity Habits of 7 Billionaires, 13 Athletes, 29 Straight-A Students, and 239 Entrepreneurs." Amazon. 9 Oct. 2015. Web.
Prins, Marthe. "Reality By Proxy." Sandberg Instituut Design Department. N.p., 2015. Web.
Thompson, G. Frederick. "Fordism, Post-Fordism, and the Flexible System of Production."
Fordism, Post-Fordism, and the Flexible System of Production. N.p., n.d. Web.
Generation Zero. Dir. Stephen K. Bannon. N.p., 2010. Web.
Kaiser, David. "Donald Trump, Stephen Bannon and the Coming Crisis in American National Life." Time. Time, 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
Quote – Karl Mannheim . "TomorrowToday Articles - Detailed Introduction to Generational Theory." N.p., July 2008. Web.
Mauldin, John. "Millennials Are Doomed To Face An Existential Crisis That Will Define The Rest Of Their Lives." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 24 June 2016. Web.
Howe, Neil. “Turnings in History.” Lifecourse Associates. N.p., n.d.
Molley, Peter, Abby Ohlheiser, and Amy B. Wang. "The Doomsday Clock just advanced, ‘thanks to Trump': It’s now just 2½ minutes to ‘midnight.’." The Washington Post. WP Company, 26 Jan. 2017. Web.
Bovino, Beth Ann. "Why millennials and the Depression-era generation are more similar than you think." N.p., 29 Apr. 2015. Web.
21, June. "Are the Millennials the new GI Generation?" Los Angeles Times. N.p., 21 June 2009. Web.
Mason, Paul. "Are we living through another 1930s?" The Guardian. N.p., 01 Aug. 2016. Web.
Sanger, David E. "With Echoes of the ‘30s, Trump Resurrects a Hard-Line Vision of ‘America First’." The New York Times. N.p., 20 Jan. 2017. Web. 20 Jan. 2017.
Kendzior, Sarah. "We're heading into dark times. This is how to be your own light in the Age of Trump." The Correspondent. N.p., 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
Judt, Tony. “What Is Living and What Is Dead in Social Democracy?" The New York Review of Books. N.p., 17 Dec. 2009. Web.
Lavanga, Claudio. "Rising populism could result in a Hitler-like leader, Pope Francis warns." N.p., 23 Jan. 2017. Web. 31 Jan. 2017.
McDougall Associate Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford, James. "No, this isn't the 1930s – but yes, this is fascism." The Conversation. N.p., 16 Nov. 2016. Web.
“Interview with Niall Ferguson and Yanis Varoufakis." Channel 4 News. N.p., 10 Nov. 2016. Web.
Kick, Fran. What makes kids kick: inspiring the millennial generation to kick it in. Centerville, OH: Instruction & Design Concepts, 2005. Print.
Hattenstone, Simon. "Brian Eno: 'We've been in decline for 40 years – Trump is a chance to rethink'" The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 23 Jan. 2017. Web.
Foroohar, Rana. "American Capitalism’s Great Crisis." Time. N.p., 12 May 2016. Web.
Mason, Paul. "The end of capitalism has begun." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 17 July 2015. Web.
Chakrabortty, Aditya. "Wolfgang Streeck: the German economist calling time on capitalism." The Guardian. N.p., 9 Dec. 2016. Web.
Woolridge, Adrian. "The visible hand." The Economist. The Economist Newspaper, 21 Jan. 2012. Web.
Klosterman, Chuck. But what if we're wrong?: thinking about the present as if it were the past. New York: Blue Rider Press, 2016. Print.
Mauldin, John. "Generational Chaos Ahead." N.p., 19 June 2016. Web. 28 Jan. 2017.
Lizza, Ryan. "Steve Bannon Will Lead Trump’s White House." The New Yorker. The New Yorker, 16 Dec. 2016. Web. 29 Jan. 2017.
Kaiser, David. "Donald Trump, Stephen Bannon and the Coming Crisis in American National Life." Time. Time, 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
Xenakis, John. "Donald Trump: The Honeymoon Calm Before the Storm." Breitbart. N.p., 10 Nov. 2016. Web. (Far right News)
Radosh, Ronald. "Steve Bannon, Trump's Top Guy, Told Me He Was 'A Leninist' Who Wants To ‘Destroy the State’." The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast Company, 22 Aug. 2016. Web.
Green, Joshua. "This Man Is the Most Dangerous Political Operative in America." Bloomberg, 08 Oct. 2015. Web.
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  2. Rushkoff, Douglas. "Rhythmicity: Interview with Neurobiologist David Goodman." Reality Sandwich. 2014. Web.
  3. Filippi, Mark, Dr. N.p., n.d. Web.
  4. Rushkoff, Douglas. Present shock: when everything happens now. NY, NY, U.S.A.: Current, 2013. Print.
  5. Mattson, Mark P. "Superior pattern processing is the essence of the evolved human brain." Frontiers in Neuroscience 8 (2014): n. pag. Web.
  6. "Apophenia." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web.
  7. “Carl Sagan's Cosmic Calendar." Palaeos. N.p., n.d. Web.
  8. Ross, Lydia. The Doctrine of Cycles. Covina, CA: Theosophical U Press, 1944. Print.
  9. Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, B. Conceptualizations of time. A'dam: J. Benjamins Publishing, 2016. Print.
  10. Keating, Joshua. “Why Time is a Social Construct." Smithsonian Institution, Jan. 2013. Web.
  11. Lewis, Richard. "How Different Cultures Understand Time." Business Insider, 01 June 2014. Web.
  12. Filippi, Mark, Dr. N.p., n.d. Web.
  13. Harris, Tristan. "How Technology Hijacks People’s Minds — from a Magician and Google’s Design Ethicist." Medium. N.p., 18 May 2016. Web.
  14. Burkeman, Oliver. "Why time management is ruining our lives." The Guardian. 22 Dec. 2016. Web. Via E-Flux.
  15. Tristan, Harris. "The Binge Breaker." The Atlantic. N.p., Nov. 2016. Web.
  16. David, Allen. "Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity." Amazon. N.p., 2002. Web.
  17. Kruse, Kevin. "5 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management: The Productivity Habits of 7 Billionaires, 13 Olympic Athletes, 29 Straight-A Students, and 239 Entrepreneurs." Amazon. 9 Oct. 2015. Web.
  18. Prins, Marthe. "Reality By Proxy." Sandberg Instituut Design Department. N.p., 2015. Web.
  19. Thompson, G. Frederick. "Fordism, Post-Fordism, and the Flexible System of Production." Fordism, Post-Fordism, and the Flexible System of Production. N.p., n.d. Web.
  20. Generation Zero. Dir. Stephen K. Bannon. N.p., 2010. Web.
  21. Kaiser, David. "Trump, Bannon and the Coming Crisis in American National Life." Time, 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
  22. Quote – Karl Mannheim. "TomorrowToday - Detailed Introduction to Generational Theory." July 2008. Web.
  23. Mauldin, John. "Millennials Are Doomed To Face An Existential Crisis That Will Define The Rest Of Their Lives." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 24 June 2016. Web.
  24. Howe, Neil. “Turnings in History.” Lifecourse Associates. N.p., n.d.
  25. Molley, Peter, Abby Ohlheiser, and Amy B. Wang. "The Doomsday Clock just advanced, ‘thanks to Trump': It’s now just 2½ minutes to ‘midnight.’." The Washington Post. WP Company, 26 Jan. 2017. Web.
  26. Bovino, Beth Ann. "Why millennials and the Depression-era generation are more similar than you think." N.p., 29 Apr. 2015. Web.
  27. "Are the Millennials the new GI Generation?" Los Angeles Times. N.p., 21 June 2009. Web.
  28. Mason, Paul. "Are we living through another 1930s?" The Guardian. N.p., 01 Aug. 2016. Web.
  29. Sanger, David E. "With Echoes of the ‘30s, Trump Resurrects a Hard-Line Vision of ‘America First’." The New York Times. N.p., 20 Jan. 2017. Web.
  30. Kendzior, Sarah. "We're heading into dark times. This is how to be your own light in the Age of Trump." The Correspondent. N.p., 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
  31. Judt, T. “What Is Living and What Is Dead in Social Democracy?" New York Review of Books. 17 Dec. 2009.
  32. Lavanga, Claudio. "Rising populism could result in a Hitler-like leader, Pope Francis warns." N.p., 23 Jan. 2017. Web.
  33. McDougall Associate Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford, James. "No, this isn't the 1930s – but yes, this is fascism." The Conversation. N.p., 16 Nov. 2016. Web.
  34. “Interview with Niall Ferguson and Yanis Varoufakis." Channel 4 News. N.p., 10 Nov. 2016. Web.
  35. Kick, Fran. What makes kids kick: inspiring the millennial generation to kick it in. 2005. Print.
  36. Hattenstone, Simon. "Brian Eno: 'We've been in decline for 40 years – Trump is a chance to rethink'" The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 23 Jan. 2017. Web.
  37. Foroohar, Rana. "American Capitalism’s Great Crisis." Time. N.p., 12 May 2016. Web.
  38. Mason, Paul. "The end of capitalism has begun." Guardian News and Media, 17 July 2015. Web.
  39. Chakrabortty, A. "Wolfgang Streeck: calling time on capitalism." Guardian. 9 Dec. 2016. Web.
  40. Woolridge, Adrian. "The visible hand." The Economist. The Economist Newspaper, 21 Jan 2012. Web.
  41. Klosterman, Chuck. But what if we're wrong? New York: Blue Rider Press, 2016. Print.
  42. Mauldin, John. "Generational Chaos Ahead." N.p., 19 June 2016. Web.
  43. Lizza, Ryan. "Bannon Will Lead Trump’s White House." The New Yorker, 16 Dec. 2016. Web.
  44. Kaiser, David. "Trump, Bannon and the Coming Crisis in American National Life." Time, 18 Nov. 2016. Web.
  45. Xenakis, John. "Trump: Honeymoon Calm Before the Storm." Breitbart. 10 Nov. 2016. Web. (Far right News)
  46. Radosh, Ronald. "Steve Bannon, Trump's Top Guy, Told Me He Was 'A Leninist' Who Wants To ‘Destroy the State’." The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast Company, 22 Aug. 2016. Web.
  47. Green, J. "This Man Is the Most Dangerous Political Operative in America." Bloomberg, 08 Oct. 2015. Web.

  1. Found Footage: (Fig. 1) InterBUG Homing Pigeon, Scott Red (Fig. 2) Coat of Arms: By Squiresy92 including elements from Sodacan and User: Philtro - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 (Fig. 3) Cycles in Natural Phenomena, Richard Michael Pasichnyk (Fig. 4) – Sketch of a Neuron (Fig. 5)  Easy solution to end up from financial turmoil, Diamond Finance Mongolia (Fig. 6) Anatomical planes, including median (red), parasagittal (yellow), frontal or coronal plane (blue) and transverse or axial plane (green). User:SlashMe (Fig. 7) Illustration by David Mathisen (Fig. 8) Donald Trump Merchandise, 2016 (Fig. 9) Tumblr: spring-of-mathematics (Fig. 10) Rhodes University, Mathematics Postgraduate studies (Fig. 11) Adaptive Cycle (Fig. 12) Adaptive Cycle (Fig. 13) L’Oreal Infallible Pro Matte Foundation (Fig. 14) Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Attosecond Physics and Terawatt few-cycle pulse generation)
  2. Unraveled Dopamine – Quarter of a Cycle for Crisis, Flag shown at Zabriskie Point, Geneva – Dayna Casey
  3. Found Footage: UCLA, Laboratory of Circadian and Sleep Medicine
  4. Flag shown at Zabriskie Point, Geneva – Dayna Casey – Close-up Eye Stephen K. Bannon

Thanks to Benjamin van Gaalen & Roxane Bovet. Code: Dayna Casey