The Long Night Takes considers night as space. A space that is produced and one that is influenced by a psychic charge driven by centuries of human experience. Night as host of revolutionary impulse, libidinal desire, criminal action, escapist fantasy, freedom ventures, hushed meetings and whispers.
The Long Night Takes considers night as time. A time of ferment and recuperation. A time of release and contemplation. The night is a time that slows down, even when it speeds past.