Fall 2017
Wanderer is an exploration of what it means to lend allowance of psychic automatism to our perceptions, and the consequences of dissociative dependencies. It is a non-narrative, visual poem that moves through a lucid-esque dream sequence of a man at dinner, actuated by a drop of red wine. The piece works in three acts, pulling the man deeper into his own head, placing him in and out of non-realities, all pieced together through a single symbol - the red stain; that acts as both a catalyst to submerge himself deeper into his fantasies, as well as an anchor to pull himself out.