Atlas of Dreams
I created the installation Atlas of Dreams, a series of artistic maps and audio recordings, to portray the emotional traces left by 145 dreamers when they narrated their memorable dreams in the cities of the Bay Area of San Francisco.
I present the designing of the maps, highlighting the use of dérive, and art practice in the creation of an emotional landscape, and its contribution in making the ethnography interactive, emergent, and sensorial. Dream narration and its sharing became visible and social during the creation of the artwork and during the exhibits of the artwork.
For more information about this project, please read ‘Visual Anthropology Review, vol 33, issue 1, pages 74-88, 2017‘
Tags: artmaking, dérive, dreams, maps, psychogeography