'Sunday 9.58pm' - By Gregory Levitt. 'In the post-modern urban landscape multi-storey car parks exist as ambivalent non-spaces. As darkness falls the concrete pillars, railings and ramps take on a new significance, illuminated by the eerie glow of fluorescence. That which often goes unnoticed is made visible. You may be in the heart of a city, surrounded by thousands of people but while the city sleeps our dreams and fears take on an ominous immediacy. The threat of violence weighs heavy on our subconscious, fed by the culture of fear that we live in.'