|Depression, represented as a being extraneous to the sufferer, rather than as an intrinsic part of them. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-1tKFvdE9k_Q/TvIeSNdxgFI/AAAAAAAAAEI/DZuzPVN1nYk/s1600/bathrobe.jpg|
|The art of Bryan Sanders, an artist who completes self portraits while on a variety of different drugs.|
|An art piece representing the rhizome, a concept in Deleuzian philosophy.|
Interestingly, it resembles a neural network.
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