Hiroshi Osaka It's interesting how you expressed your insomnia, your chaotic mental state, and your inner world with a unique and mysterious world view. It was a very interesting work for me.
Once I suffered with insomnia for months. Eventually my mind actually tipped over, and I stepped into an alternate reality, i.e. a psychosis. Years later I find myself having unresolved issues with that experience, and a profound fascination over the concept of sleep itself. Each night we enter a lucid coma for hours, slipping through the veil of reality and undergoing bizarrely interwoven hallucinations, then usually awakening to a partly amnesia on the entire experience. I formed a fragmented language through that exposure, and I need to translate that visually.