What To Do With A Million Years
Self-Published (on the occasion of ‘What To Do With A Million Years’ solo exhibition at TJ Boulting)
What To Do With A Million Years a series of self-portraits in a surreal and unique location – an underground house in Nevada, USA.
About the Artist:
Juno Calypso graduated from London College of Communication in 2012. During university Juno began a series of self-portraits disguised as a fictional character named Joyce. Both projects ‘Joyce’ and ‘The Honeymoon’, have received several awards including The British Journal of Photography International Award, and Foam Museums 2016 Talent award. Juno’s work has been exhibited internationally, with shows in New York, South Korea, Mexico, Canada and China. Alongside being featured in various publications including Vogue Italia, TIME, The Guardian, Paper, i-D, Dazed & Confused, The Sunday Times, The Independent and VICE.