"Mark Titchner's work is about belief, a recognition perhaps that the human spirit has infinite potential but is for the most part making do in a crappy world"

Titchner's work deals with the questions of identity, human nature and the unlikable aspects of our personality. He deconstructs, or destroys, our understanding of the things around us. His ideas are infectious, they began to tear away at the stability of the mind and make us question the topics he presents. But can an idea really cause irreparable damage?

What has the power to destroy the human mind?