New Easter List

  • Research points to back up my condensed version of my concept (how dreams help overcome problems in our lives). Find some Harvard referenced quotes and statistics.
  • Research dream therapy, hypnotherapy, and attempt it myself.
  • Research lucid dreaming for solving problems.
  • Research nightmares in young children, do they encourage development.
  • Research nursery rhymes and the links to children’s nightmares.
  • Research case studies of dreams people have when someone is grieving or have had a trauma. Find primary examples – illustrate the dreams people tell me.
  • Research post traumatic shock and the links to dreams.
  • Research Jung and Freud.
  • Explore the idea of ‘The BFG’ idea of dreams in jars and getting a prescription for a certain dream.
  • Research Damien Hurt pharmacy instillation.
  • Research psychiatry, African witch doctors?
  • Explore ways dreams could be given to help (in tins in a supermarket, acorns on a tree).
  • Research Thomas Hetherwicks seed tower.
  • Research the Chapman Brothers.
  • Illustrate a series of dreams, perhaps in a childlike style to communicate message.
  • Research ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and idea of hidden adult themes.
  • Research current children’s illustrators (the children’s novel used in ‘Lights Out’, the one repeated in ‘Legion’ too)
  • Create objects that feature in common dreams, children’s dreams, to go in a room or a space?
  • Create questionnaire – people’s worries, are they reflected in their dreams? Have their dreams helped them in any way?
  • Create mini figures symbolising the person and their dreams, photograph
  • Create visuals for all research pieces on blog
  • Develop dream catcher ideas, experiment with fitting with conclusion – catching the bad dreams that don’t help people solve their problems
  • Try tie-dying, dream like patterns, develop into sculpture?
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