To begin a cycle, an ending must be trailed with a beginning.
Prosisyon follows the alpha and omega of man’s spiritual corruption. Man, the demigod, becomes the spitting image of his deity.
The path to perversion commences inside the toilet bowl where organic wastes, primal instincts, and phallic obsessions are dispelled, divulged. What seemingly is a discreet act transforms into a flamboyant parade of carnalities leading to a deconsecrated altar. A colossal flat iron, the anticlimax of the vile cycle, hangs overhead as a testament of man’s alacrity to end the procession or to perpetuate the obscene.