The Dreaming presents evidence of an internal emotional journey. It speaks to changes that occur in a family’s structure after the death of a parent. A dining room table overrun by a parasitic entity, addresses the mutability and fragility of personal and familial perceptions. In it’s act of destruction the snake-like form offers the possibility of positive growth without dictating how, but instead acting as a simple affirmation. The Dreaming presents a record of change taken out of linear time.