Transferal Fifteen – Slipping Away into The Dream Stream

 

 

Transferal Fifteen
Transferal Fifteen

 

Transferal Fifteen - High Voltage (1929)
Transferal Fifteen – High Voltage (1929)

 

Transferal Fifteen - Shift Blue
Transferal Fifteen – Shift Blue

 

 

 

Transferal Fifteen - Antique Book - Slipping Away  Into The Dream Stream
Transferal Fifteen – Antique Book – Slipping Away Into The Dream Stream

 

 

 

Transferal Fifteen - High Voltage (1929) - Into The Dream Stream
Transferal Fifteen – High Voltage (1929) – Into The Dream Stream

 

Transferal Fifteen - High Voltage (1929) - Deeper Into The Dream Stream
Transferal Fifteen – High Voltage (1929) – Deeper Into The Dream Stream

 

Transferal Fifteen - Slipping Away - Into The Dream Stream
Transferal Fifteen – Voyaging Along The Dream Stream

 

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6 thoughts on “Transferal Fifteen – Slipping Away into The Dream Stream

    1. Glad you enjoy the ride. 🙂
      A comic book illustrator and innovator, Jack Kirby, did a version of the DC character The Sandman back in the 1970s ( boy do I feel old typing that ). He had the character get trapped in the Dream Stream – I think he was inspired by Carl Jung’s concept of the Universal Collective Unconscious. Kirby envisioned it as another dimension that an individual could enter or “things’ could escape from.

      I used the combined ideas to try and suggest how cultural/mass media content enters and flows through the mind into dreams & memory.

  1. Enjoyed the ride, as you said Joseph and I can see how playing around with images like this, well one thing just leads to another 🙂

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