The above animation was planned to be a part of the installation, where people could go into a tent covered with glow-in-the-dark paint strokes and immerse into the work whilst lying down. The sound design and animation incorporated elements from childhood and attempts to concretise the subconscious.
Automatic drawing was an essential part of this piece, included in both the animation and installation design. This technique arose during the surrealist era, where artists would suppress control over their work. In relation to my project, it is an attempt to concretise the process and sleep and dreams. These are some experimentations with different mediums.
The process for creating this intended immersive installation involved a lot of adaptation. From sound recording to the creation of a mock-up installation, everything was done in my flat. The above images are some documentations of installation interior.