A very special time capsule (it is consciously framed as such) whilst also being a pretty damn commendable work of thought-out art. Sam Klemke was an unsung pioneer for a very long time. We are all living in his afterimage(s). It is rare that something which exposes some extremely desperate and sad vantages on a seriously struggling human being can be both heartening and a lot of fun. Lots of darkness, lots of light.