Bella’s Dream Map, 2017


Bella's Dream Map attempts to differentiate between things that can be measured and things that cannot.


My four-year-old niece, Bella, told me her dream, and I told her mine. We then created a drawing together about our dreams. This process was video documented, semi-transcribed and sent to Bobby Moulder, a Quantitative Psychology graduate student at the University of Virginia, who measured my and Bella’s physical synchrony by using a Motion Energy Analysis Software. By selecting and color-coding primary areas of the room where Bella and I worked on the drawing, Moulder’s software was able to measure moments where we were most physically in synch.

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