Max Razdow, Dream journal entry, May 11, 2014
Two of my favorite artists, Jesse Bransford and Max Razdow, have just begun "Veil of Dreams," a 6 month art experiment working with Icelandic sigil magic, journaling, and their own oneiric visions. Through ritual, drawing, and finally, a journey to Iceland itself, the two will explore how their experiences and dreamscapes interact and overlap. You can see their daily journal entries over at the Fulgur site here, and if you're lucky enough to be in London on October 23rd, you can hear them share their results and insights in person as part of I:MAGE (more on that here soon):
Veil of Dreams: A Pilgrimage through Icelandic Magic
Jesse Bransford and Max Razdow
For the next five months Jesse Bransford and Max Razdow will use Icelandic magical symbols as a reference point to enter the larger dream divination space of the Seiðr traditions and to synchronise their dreams. The results are published here on a daily basis. The project will culminate with a pilgrimage: the artists will travel to Iceland to visit sacred sites, perform a series of workings and find physical correspondences with their shared dream experiences and then to London, where they will exhibit the journal, the original artworks emerging from the dreams and be interviewed about their experience. Be a part of their story.