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Sci-fi Novel - The Dream Artist - Part 40

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Part 40

Although it had been quite a while since I returned home and entered the bed, I was unable to sleep. I opened and tried to watch the sky simulation on the ceiling of my bedroom, but I didn't like to count the stars. When I closed my eyes, daydreams appeared in my mind before sleep, my body was asleep, but I could not go to deep sleep phase. I was in a strange state of stupidity that kept me from going to sleep. I got up from my bed and went into the kitchen.

“Do you have a wish?” asked Avima who heard my footstep and activated herself.

“No, I'll manage,” I said. I filled a cup of dark coffee and sat on my massage chair in the living room. When massage chair was massaging my shoulders, I called the screen on the wall of the hall “the secrets of Selim Özben.” The wall-screen made the call I wanted on the hypernet and showed it to me. It began to read the story of a young writer, who was portrayed as a shining star of the critic of dream art.

The Art of Selim Özben

A friend of mine who is an expert in the dream assembly said that the dreams we admire are synthetic works. In fact, yes, dreams are created twice. As we watch them with pleasure like eating a double roasted delight, it shouldn't be a problem. They have interfaced software that filters live-broadcast dreams in real time, adjusting their voice, light, the angle of view. Some editing software not only adds the dream pieces together but also adds some transition scenes to the live broadcast dream scenes. If you ask dream artists, they will say that our brains combine what we see in “real life” with what we see in our eyes. It's true; we don't object, but what if what we think we see is what someone else visions? I don't intend to confuse you. I don't want to do that, even though the montage of dream art is creating such effects. The role of the critic of dream art should be to enlighten the viewer. We can compare the process of dream art to watching what happens in a room full of mirrors. The reality that passes through the dream artist's mind is transformed into a dream and reaches to the dream art software. Some kind of make-up made by dream art software. Magnification adjustments are made. These are the generalizations that apply to the average works of dream art. When it comes to Selim Özben dreams, the situation is becoming more complex. Even the deaf Sultan knows that they use special dream software. But that's not the only difference.

Galip Salik and Selim Özben have reversed dreams. When they reached a certain maturity, it became the peak of the art of poetry and fiction. This magnificent duo did it. They tore the dreams apart and reassembled them. At first glance, they captured sequences that gave the impression that they were coincidental, but created tremendously rich connotations. While the primary material, Selim Özben's dream as raw, was already followed, they created a new layer of meaning by tearing it apart and reassembling it. It is joyful to describe. Some experts say that Selim Özben's dreams are destined to be the leader after exceeding the threshold of a specific follow-up. Because Selim Özben's dreams are learning.

You may find it strange; I also find it odd. Since I was not good with computers and software, I went to the profession of cinema critics by studying the history of art. As the dream art flourished, I fell in that direction. I'm sure you don't wonder about the story of my career development, that you intend to learn something about Selim Özben's dreams. They say I'm chitchat. They're right. It was not an innovation brought by Selim Özben that the dreams were expressed and shared on the basis of scenes. The fragmented structure of the dreams, including the sudden transitions, gave rise to the demands of dream art fans to express appreciation by scenes. Therefore, the dream broadcasters started collecting statistics by scenes. Interest in wild, scary and dark scenes was quickly noticed, and hunger in this area was resolved soon. The audience found direct violence rude and repulsive but loved the tension that was caused by watching.

Selim Özben and Galip Salik did not try to combine the types of dream pieces that the audience likes. They added Selim Özben's dreams the dreams of others. Thus, by learning from the audience, the content was optimized, and the dreams that were contributed by a large number of minds emerged. Although there is no legal arrangement, the percentage of material added in a dream is not that much. Therefore, the real mystery of Selim Özben's dreams is not the parts involved. The dream itself seems to have been seen by at least two different people. It's like we're watching two separate personalities struggle to dominate dreams. The opposite nature of these two personalities creates a productive debate in the dreams. The audience senses it, likes it and buys it. I'm not suggesting that Selim Özben had two separate personalities. I want to point out that each of us has multiple people in it. The spirit spectrum of great artists is broad. It's probably not easy for ordinary mortals like us to grasp it. When the harsh and ruthless combines with compassionate and sensitive, the performance is remarkable. After the conclusion, it's easy to explain the reasons for the events. Everyone is trying to bring their explanation for the fact that Selim Özben can be such a significant phenomenon in the dream art. It is possible that all the statements will be correct. On the one hand, I fear to mention technical issues; on the other hand, I feel like I can't paint the whole landscape without talking about them. Therefore, with your permission, I would like to talk a little bit more about dream software.

We can make it easier if we split it into pieces that seem complicated. Sometimes I find myself irresistible, but I have nothing to do with it. As you know, the dream artist's dreams are first recorded with a device that captures and analyzes the waves emitted by the brain during the dream. That way we get raw dream data. This means that the raw dream sections that occur at intervals during the night in the dream artist's mind are recorded. That is fine. The second stage is the filtering and polishing of the colors of the dream, the screening of the noise in the sound, and the addition of sound effects. The next step is the addition of visual effects to some scenes. I'm talking about something that beautifies the dreamscape. I can give examples like placing clouds on top of a mountain or adding a seagull to a sea view. You see, we are talking about a product that is very difficult to produce while it is effortless to sit and watch. Changes and additions to the original recording of the dream, of course, should not be missed. I mean, as a final stage, but after the installation, it is possible to add visual or audio effects to the dream.

I feel a bit of remorse for describing the beautiful dream art with such a mechanical sense. Art is nothing to measure and reap. The excellent work of art is the measure itself. Selim Özben – Galip Salik, who wrote their names to the top of the dream art, must have found the most appropriate combination of analysis and inspiration, measurement and intuition. People are trying to explain my enthusiasm with some kind of nationalism. Some of them think it is about the excitement of my young age. Who doesn't get excited watching the spring wind in a vast meadow? Can you think of a man who doesn't like the graciousness of stork flying? The wiss formed on the sea during the bright summer nights doesn't blink at you? I believe there is a spiritual bond that connects all dreams. Selim Özben's dreams not only show the beautiful aspects of humanity and nature but also point out that what we like is coming from a common origin. Selim Özben shows us that there is not as much difference between us and others as we think. Selim Özben's buffet contains foods suitable for everyone's soul. Do you think I distracted the subject? You're right, but I can defend myself as follows: if the dreams do not have an organic, holistic nature, why should the dream critic have? I wish you a pleasant watching session!

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