Epic dreaming is a phenomenon where individuals experience excessive dreaming accompanied by daytime fatigue. Upon waking up, they feel tired and describe having spent the entire night dreaming of physical activity. However, despite the intensity of these dreams, they tend to quickly fade away. Even when one tries to hold onto the memories, only fragments remain and some dreams remain a riddle.
For me, dreams are a spatial experience that can be infinitely imaginative. I believe that dreams should not be analyzed, but rather experienced as a whole. Whether they are pleasant or unpleasant, what matters most is the overall experience of the dream rather than specific details.
This project is a performance that accumulates and archives experiences to generate a collection. I have explored and visualized the world we see with our eyes shut through digital paintings that are manipulated by photographs of repetitive natural phenomena, such as sunsets and waves. The project aims to tap into the endless possibilities of the new world that forms when we close our eyes by introducing the concept of a continuous flip. This means that there are no book covers or page numbers to constrain or limit the experience. The work shows how art forms in nature and how the uncertain voices heard in dreams are evoked by flowing texts.
Ultimately, I hope that my work invites viewers to enter a synesthetic playroom, where the senses are heightened and imagination can take flight.