Nyein Way

Rookie - 90 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

Dust In The Wing/Lust In The Dark Green Moon


What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
I! dentity! ! ! !

Submitted: Saturday, February 11, 2012
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