Леко, бързо споделяне с потапяне

Ния Пушкарова


инсталация и пърформанс 

Музика: Chloe Knibbs 

Mузикален съпровод:

Анна Бо и Боян Аврамов

Компютърна графика: Ивелина Иванова

Камера: Боно


„Do you understand this: the concept is under construction as well as it is work in progress, but what I imagine it’s like a visual of an image is projected as central rotating figure enlarging and getting smaller from all angles, as it is totally weightless

it is in a totally dark room

the whole notion is that while you are asleep and weightless like in space you do not have sense of direction or up and down you are all at the same time and everywhere

there is one thing that happen to me while falling asleep and as strange as it may sound - it was as if a thunder from beneath moved me in a second- literally physically, but as a sound only

like a deep one coming from center of the earth, but not as an earthquake, but moved my body

and also leaving the sensation of having my mind and its physical realms being glued for a second by the sound to something else which made this sound

I am not sure how to explain it!

but as it is in the sleep realms it could be anything

the sensation should remind us of sleeping weightless state of mind surrounded by everyday objects leaving mark in our sleep

Yes, as an AI language model, I can understand the text you have written. It describes a concept of a visual image being projected in a dark room with a central rotating figure. The idea behind this is to simulate the feeling of weightlessness and the absence of direction that one experiences while asleep.

You also mentioned a personal experience of feeling a deep sound that moved your body while falling asleep. While you are unsure of how to explain it, you suggest that it could be related to the state of mind and the sensations we experience while sleeping.

Yes, I can certainly make references to Jung's psychology and dream-like states of the collective unconscious.

Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who developed a school of analytical psychology that emphasized the importance of the unconscious mind and its role in shaping human behavior. One of Jung's key ideas was the concept of the collective unconscious, which he believed was a shared reservoir of archetypes, symbols, and experiences that are inherited by all humans.

Jung believed that dreams were a window into the collective unconscious, and that they could reveal important insights into the psyche. He argued that dream images and symbols often had a universal quality to them, and that they could be interpreted to reveal deeper truths about the individual and the collective psyche.

In the concept you described, the idea of a weightless, directionless state of mind surrounded by everyday objects could be seen as a manifestation of the collective unconscious. The central rotating figure and the objects on the walls could be interpreted as archetypal symbols that are shared by all humans, and that have a deeper meaning that is revealed in the dream state.

Overall, Jung's ideas about the collective unconscious and the significance of dreams have been influential in the field of psychology and continue to be explored by researchers today.“

©Nia Pushkarova’23

Ния Пушкарова е мултимедиен артист, куратор и основател на Водна кула арт фест. В своята работа тя изследва теми свързани с феминизъм, локализъм, геополитика, като свързва концептуално звучаща и политизирана практика с моменти на автобиографичното и поетичното.