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Four Seasons Total Landscaping. Furries are the Highest Form of Human Culture. Among all the chaotic happenings of last week’s election, one particular incident might take the cake. Though not actually “confirmed” (obviously due to embarrassment), Trump held a post-election press conference last week at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, a small and unspectacular local landscaping business in Philly rather than the famous luxury hotel by the same name, likely due to a booking mistake from his team. The super-memeable happening has been immortalized in VR Chat as a new spot for users to hang out in…which is nothing particularly notable except for how it has quickly become a gathering spot for online VR furries. Check out the desecration of Trump’s bootleg “Four Season’s” press conference, here.


Eaton HK

Creative Direction / Branding / Experiential / Film / Digital

Designed to recreate the four stages of sleep across 96 hours at Eaton HK during Hong Kong Art Week, Dreamrave is comprised of two interconnected interactive installations: a physical 350 square foot infinity tunnel with acrylic mirrors, a floor-to-ceiling LED wall, and a feedback looping camera; and an interactive livestream experience where participants can manipulate the visuals at the physical installation.

The piece simulates the human sleep cycle, split into 4 unique acts: SELF, ASCENSION, SUBMERSION, and VOID. Following a nonlinear narrative of a mind’s ego-death, each scene shows the perspective of one as they dream up a world rooted in reality, before ascending to hyperreality and plunging into the abyss and losing their sense of self. The digital web experience, developed in collaboration with interactive artist Ian Glover, connects participants online into the collective consciousness. Shot on 16mm film with an original score by electronic musician Danny L. Harle from P.C. Music, the audio-visual content is processed algorithmically with typography & live footage generated by participants both within the space via a feedback loop camera pointed at the screen, and participants online – so that each viewing is completely unique.

A companion film Dreamrave (2019), also directed by Adrian Yu, accompanied the installation. Shot in HK and NY and featuring an original score by Danny L. Harle, it explored ideas of ego death and collective dreaming across the physical & virtual.