In March, as COVID-19 quickly began distributing in the United States, we started something strange observations were always strange to our dreams. Odd visual stimuli are like boon for visual journalists such as us, so we and our friends on Instagram scanned to see if it was us. “Who has the strange dream ?? Tell us about them!” We call. We were not alone. Many of our supporters had disturbing dreams with starlings guests and bizarre settings: could sniff out a spider in the bed of someone, abusive ex-boyfriend, empty highways, roving militias, even a dog, the crown in humans. Someone in Seattle dreamed normal clothes, not the official uniform quarantine of sweat pants and pajamas and went for brunch with friends wore. Everyone is trying to make sense of this moment without precedent, and as a visual storyteller, we wondered how it would look to create a vivid dream through animation. We opted for a dream to show that Andy Sarjahani, documentary filmmaker living in Chattanooga, Tennessee, told us. He dreamed of visiting an Austin bar, where things are not quite right; You can see how it happens in the video above. Deirdre Leigh Barrett, author, artist and assistant professor of psychology at Harvard University, is no stranger to dreams during odd hours. gather around the time it started, we dream, so he did; Now, with more than 9000 pandemic era dreams than 3,800 people around the world, Barrett has published a book called pandemic dreams. Barrett wrote their investigation on March 24, when Italy was at the height of the crisis and the United States was just beginning to understand what was happening, and she began to fear people feel sick and many similar dreams dreams of attacks bugs get. “Across cultures, we often similar metaphors for similar events. This [pandemic] is very special because, even if the period is a few weeks away, see the bottom of the world a version of it in almost the same time. I’ve never seen this kind of shared dream life. It ‘s rare, even within a country, so many people dream of bug attacks seen. But that was the world around them. “Andy Barrett interviewed about the dream he had described to this story for us, and helped him to analyze his dream. “Dreamlike Work Manager helps the dreamer to its individual symbols to get. So what I do with Andy to ask associations with various elements in a dream.” In his dream, Andy had seen people in a crowded bar of cardboard cutouts and fall. When she asked him where cardboard figures as it was otherwise because, recalled the movie alone at home, where the boy used to scare off intruders. Even if it’s a comedy, the film has a strong emotional feeling is that it makes good fodder for a dream pandemic, Barrett said. “To be the idea of a child himself, endangered, that kind of big,” he said. “I think that’s how some of us feel about the lockdown,” he said. “Not only literally only people, but even if you are with one or two or three other people, they are so isolated from most of the world.” In general sleep of people they have been displaced in recent months, and the changes are to raise the pandemic dreams just the wilderness. With millions of Americans out of work from home, people sleep more and less with alarms; as we usually experience our dreams active in the early hours of the course just before waking, dreams can go on any longer and it was easier to remember. graphic dreams can be with us, because the virus is so long.