As if trapped in a photograph by Ed Ruscha hanging on the wall in a David Lynch film,a young couple find themselves stranded along the lost highway in the deep desert.At a gas station, they stumble upon a door that leads to unexpected delights, a suddencontrast to their desolation. Figures emerge from the scene promising not safety butsalvation, their boots made of distressed leathers studded with jewels, their movementsimbued with the gestures of ceremony. Shoes sparkling in the sand, secret messagesfrom parties hidden in back-masked1980s metal. The flickering signifiers of ritual, dirtyglamour marked by the patina of time. MIDNIGHT DIAMOND blends surrealism andserendipity with mystery and metaphor. Mining diamonds in the desert rough, uncertaintimes demand the discovery of unseen strengths in unexpected places.