Images produced across many mornings, using paint, polaroid film, tape, and agate slices.
Dreams fade within moments - that is if we remember them at all. To combat this, these pictures were produced quickly to translate those dreams - no overthinking - to allow for the movements to talk. Even the lettering was based on movement, without sight. Sometimes, this happened in the middle of the night. Each image was later scanned, and met with minor digital alterations. These images would then be taken and further translated , this time into sounds, which became the instrumentals featured on the album 'what dreams are made of'.
Painting + Photography/Scans + 3D Renders: Matthew W.F. Senior
Experimental Elements: Dreams
Presented By: CYLINDER