The time of dawn has come

“We replace the reality of perception with the theoretical abstraction called matter”. — Bernardo Kastrup, Ph.D., Ph.D.

The time of dawn has come explores the reality of perception: what the world is and how we relate to it. It looks at how memory, particularly regressed ones, and extended mind presents itself to us in the form we call the material world. Inspired by transpersonal experiences and the latest understanding coming from neuroscience, analytic philosophy, and even evolutionary theory, Carranza pays reverence to the essence of genealogy through a hybrid process of painting, sculpture, weaving, and meditation. From this nuanced approach, Carranza examines the notion of meta-consciousness through the reportability of inherited gestures and questions how these re-representations influence standalone reality compared to what mainstream physicalism and analytic idealism hypothesize.