An end to a crazy long semester with an amazing group in studio. It's not often that all 12 students enjoy being with each other.
Invested most of my time into my thesis book. Special thanks to @surgetroost for helping me laser cut 200 pieces of paper. You can find the "uncut" and edited version on my website under DREAMWORK along with the scans of all the laser cut negatives showing missing info from the real book. Clintloganjohnson.com
Sections through a dream. Color denoting areas of clearest memory. Black and white areas all sketched based on implications from the model. Imagining even further what could've been deeper in the scene had I stayed asleep.
Dream model 3. 11/3/17.
I included some of the perspectives I remember from the dream along with the content seen at those instances referred to on page 3. Page 3 is the reference page to what I believe each object is supposed to represent in reality. The theme of this dream is anxiety (common for me aside from architecture). Each of the images on the right of page 3 deals with some sort of anxiety. The scene the model represents was my mind's recreation of Waterworld at Universal Studios in Los Angeles I visited over the summer.
Modeling the space from a dream on 10-24-17 "Image"
A physical model allows me to make connections that weren't allowed in the dream. I see myself from a different perspective than what I saw during the dream.
The circles from right to left represent the first memory starting point of the dream - the second space (a small room) where I see an image of a painting - the third vision is an image through a truss frame out onto the top of a house I sketched this summer. The color is from a structure I saw in Stockholm at the airport. The theme here had to do with the moving forward of my thesis in reality.
A few pages from the dream sketchbook. Dates aren't really visible but a few are from 15 years ago.
Applying the "dream work" process in preparation for thesis.
I started this journal to log my dreams and analyze how they form from real life moments. Often it's the smallest thought in reality that plays the biggest role in the dream.
In a dream, the mind produces one common theme from many "unintelligible associations" of actions/objects/people - Sigmund Freud (I tagged you if you were in the dream)