24 photographers document 24 hours

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In 2004, 24 postgraduate students at Central St Martins, in London, set out to document every hour of New Year's Day, every year, for 24 years.

DogImage source, Gini May Standard-Sheader
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03:00 In a New Light by Gini May Standard-Sheader

Each photographer progresses by one hour every year.

Image source, Roland Ramanan
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04:00 People listen to experimental dance music in Fractured Dreams by Roland Ramanan
Image source, Wendy Aldiss
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07.00 Western Philosophy by Wendy Aldiss
Image source, Ray Malcolm
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13:00 Fall back by Ray Malcolm
Image source, Nicky Willcock
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15:00 Age is Just a Number (#87) by Nicky Willcock
Image source, Teri Pengilley
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16:00 The Regent's Canal towpath, in London, is lit up green by a passing rental bike in Gaslight
Image source, Rue Kruger Ronel
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18:00 Untitled by Rue Kruger Ronel
Image source, Michael Goldrei
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21:00 The Lynch Mob by Michael Goldrei

The show was curated by photographer Mimi Mollica and the work will be auctioned on Wednesday, 11 March, at Blacks Club, in Soho, central London, for the brain injury charity Same You.

All photographs are copyright of the individual photographers as marked