A collection of eight confessions, hand written and court transcripts, of convicted criminals. It is then reduced to only those sentences were the criminal is talking about his or hers own emotions. The perpetrators personal landscape of guilt is revealed with no descriptions about the actual criminal act. The most extreme act of violence contains something that we can all recognize in ourselves; the inner psychological patterns of reasoning and justification, remorse and/or the lack of it.
Ignas Krunglevičius

Billie Holiday in recording studio, New York, 1959
Photograph by Milt Hinton
From the Jazz Lives Exhibition @ The Yale University Art Gallery