Open Doors Gallery sent us their new collection, along with this introduction: Some of us remember the mix tapes. Those albums that got us from A to B. The family anthems that are hummed, drummed and belted out from the back seat. The forever lines of “Are we nearly there yet?” closely followed by the “you should have gone before we left!”. Leaning on the wind with your palm through the window. Or the sudden adjustment your eyes make as you are plunged into the darkness of a tunnel. Streaks of light blurring overhead. The glow of neon lights that...
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