Dreams is a video game that will be on display as part of the exhibition, Let Power Take A Female Form. The video game is a conceptual portrait on the life & influence of three generations of women artists, Eugenia Butler, Eugenia P. Butler, Corazon Del Sol. The central character is a pair of three legs that navigates a series of planetary vignettes, with theme elements that oscillate between absurd dreaminess and narrative vehicles that explore the archetypes of woman-hood.
The player in Dreams scampers through the territory of a creative self, she attains material signifiers that raise her stature in the world, but she also holds power to destroy what she’s created for herself. Dreams embraces the absolute freedom to succeed creatively in respective cultural paradigms.
Corazon Del Sol - Designer
Archie Prakash - Engineer
Oscar David - 3D Artist
Corazon Del Sol’s video game Dreams is a cross-generational didactic. The game was born by Del Sol’s dictation of a premise based on her grandmother’s life in which the female protagonist employs her status quo to defeat surrounding ‘bourgeois structures’ and ‘ultimately to self-destruct.