The Dream of Animality: one of the most ancient obsessions of human consciousness (the first gods were beasts). Myths of flight, of synchronous movement, muscular symmetry
The Dream of Monstrosity: another of the most ancient obsessions of human consciousness (the first villages had their folklore of supernatural creatures threatening from the periphery). Myths of devouring jaws, of nightmarish forms
The Dream of Night: a third ancient obsession of human consciousness (birthplace of the marauder, the highwayman, and the vigilante). Myths of the shadow and of the pitch-black; myths of nothingness and darkening
Dracula has never been more popular, as numerous TV shows and movies attest. Perhaps that means that he is truly dead
Artificial primordialism; hypothetical exodus; prophetic wilderness.
(Event Option 2)
Description: Explores various ways in which things and beings return, at once staying the same (“the sun always rises”) while also changing irreversibly (“going too far”).
(Event Option 3)
Description: Tracks the transformative force of the “emblem” as it alters the identity of the wearer (lending courage, desire, or rage). The clothing and icons of war, beauty, and the masquerade. Becoming-unstoppable; becoming-otherworldly.