In a dream we see a disturbed connection.
The dubious space is filled with an imaginary narrative, which creates a para-reality of phantasms, fears, phobias, predispositions, associations.
The imaginary narrative deceives the expectations of the awaken mind, which requires working out the usual syntagmas, myths, grids of collective realities.
Try to describe your dream immediately after waking up and you find out how many details, images slip away just because they don’t fall into the usual linear sequence for speech: subject – action – object – consequences. Later, a vivid dream is remembered as an unusual story.
This work embraces repetitions, layerings, scatterings that draw the circles of the subconscious, and doesn’t follow any expectations, adds up to a paradiscourse. Here I get rid of subjects and predicates.