Pasaquan

Infusing this cold, grey day in Athens with ultra-bright Pasaquoyan visions from the summer. I would’ve loved St. EOM’s psychedelic compound before its restoration but seeing it fixed up had that extra sweetness of knowing that not only does this place exist but people care enough to look after it. We asked the caretaker if it ever felt normal waking up in an art environment and he said, “It makes the outside world seem a little more dull.”
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