We usually forget our dreams, but what would happen if we could take photographs of them? Each piece in the Dream Polaroid series is part of a longitudinal meditation on memories of dreams captured in the format of polaroid photos. I enjoy playing with the tiny random details appearing as a result of the interaction between water, ink and paper, based on silhouettes of dream fragments. I love how the ink uncontrollably finds its way by itself creating organic patterns when shrinking into the structure of a wet paper, just like dreams floating in our mind while sleeping unconsciously. I always start out of a figurative imagination, but when the ink touches the paper everything becomes accidental. Ink has its own behaviour, I let it talk to me and we create the picture together. The end result is abstract to some extent, but still, figures are present, stories are unfolding, blurry images appear, giving the visual sensation of a slow recall of dreams.