Dreams are fascinating, it is still a poorly studied area, it's something magical and at the same time deeply personal.
It was fun to try to recreate the atmosphere of the dream and to let my audience in someone else's subconscious, with its fears and desires to the only thing that would lead the imagination. It was the voice of a person who saw the dream, a kind of Ariadne's thread.
To create a space in which the viewer can wear headphones, close their eyes, or not even close because the place was supposed to be dark and empty.
After that it all depended on my ability of reproducing the atmosphere of a dream.
Now when it's over I look back and realize what I could have done differently and what was worth spending more time on. For the recordings, I have no complaints, I regularly worked on that. First, I listened to the records of interviews I have done on the street (I walked the streets and asked people to tell me about the last dream they had) But none of them were personal enough or visually interesting so I started asking people around me, and as a result my friends themselves began to come to me and talk about what they dreamt.
In the end, I chose four of them.
During recording, my vision changed, the more I listen to it the more I wanted to cut off all unnecessary details.
For example one of the dreams lasted for 15 minutes, at the end of the recording it was only 8 minutes, the idea to organize a dream by the chapters disappeared by itself.
The main goal was to recreate the atmosphere of a dream, which meant to break down each story into elements, enough to visualize the place and understand what's going on but not enough to separate dreams from each other.
As a result, the recording turned out exactly how I wanted.
I was able to see that at the exhibition, my dark tent was occupied continuously and then when I asked visitors to tell about their experiences I was told that it was very atmospheric and addictive.
That actually was my goal, which of course made me very happy.