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A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
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Two Hamburg students, Giesermann André and Daniel Schulz, took these photographs in the wee hours of the morning after the party had moved on.

As if there wasn't already enough proof that human beings are a strange animal. Let's talk about the art of clubbing. If one were to explain to an alien exactly what clubbing is, wouldn’t it be an interesting exchange? “So people dress up and go to these dark spaces, move their bodies in silly (albeit sometimes suggestive) ways, and consume beverages that alter their state of being consequently making them feel sick in the morning. It's fun, I swear!"

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

A Visual Hangover by Giesermann Andre and Daniel Schulz
© Giesemann/Schulz

The photos provide a rather dark perspective on nightlife, implicating a theme of emptiness. It's fascinating that within each space one can incur the type of person that would jive in such an environment. Way to prompt a debriefing of collective ideals; of all the things in this world human brains could conceive of for entertainment... clubbing.
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