Dreams are known to have a close relationship with certain aspects of psychology.
Dreams transform aspects of reality and subconscious thought from the very ordinary and realistic to the fantastic and surreal.
Humans have always attached great importance to dreams, which have been variously viewed as windows to the sacred, the past and
the future, or the world of the dead.
Dreams have provided creative solutions to intellectual and emotional problems and have offered ideas for artistic pursuits.
Conceptually, I have been greatly influenced by Herman Rorschach’s ink blot test and the concepts behind it.
The Rorschach test involves the assessment by a psychiatrist or psychologist of a subject's responses when asked what he or she
sees in a series of inkblots. From this I began to look past the limits of psychology in relation to the Rorschach test and began to look at dreams.
On average, we spend about one third of our lives sleeping. During a portion of that time, we are also dreaming.
Essentially, dreams are our method of relaxing and letting our minds drift away into a distant world. I have based a large portion
of my work on this concept of dreams. Through my work I have explored both individual dreams through my dream sequences, as well as the
foundation of dreams, sleep.
My dream sequences are a result of two childhood nightmares which have stuck in my mind for years.
With this portion of my work, I have attempted to recreate both the general story of my dreams as well as the emotions which I had
experienced throughout the different stages and events which had taken place in them.

Within our lives a certain sort of comfort and security is present but, for many unknown individuals, this is not the case.
By using cardboard as the main material, I have not only depicted a symbol of “home”, but one of an individual searching for an ordinary life.
Images within the interior of the box enable the audience to experience the...