Whether Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s Carceri or ambiguous images and hidden faces: Dreamland is not a simulation, but visualises the universal ability of our perception to recognise motion and stories in patterns and in repetition – however abstract they may be – conjuring up worlds. Here, all this occurs through the nuanced animation of polygons. The most remarkable thing about Dreamland is its universality: “Retro-futuristic structures proliferate and pulsate to synthetic baroque music. Geometric grandeur with maximum opulence. This magic isometric world is created from nothing and continues to grow. Forget reduction: more is more. Dreamland will never be completed. Dreamland will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.” (Mirai Mizue)
Mirai Mizue participated in the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film in 2020, among other things, and in Filmfest Dresden in 2019. For more information on Mirai Mizue, visit http://miraifilm.com.