Being of a satirical nature at its root, "Dogma" is set within a rural town where the ordinary is the norm. The protagonist of the book and his best friend find themselves creating chaos and havoc to help quell the insatiable boredom that grips their lives. Eventually, the protagonist's life is turned inside-out and upside-down, and he must make horrible choices if he wants to stay alive. I plan on creating an audio book of this novel, and also creating a YouTube series with visualizers for each chapter to accompany the audio being read to the audience.
Chapter 11 - "Proxivision" takes place in the bedroom of the protagonist, with his eyes glued to his new religion: television. As he goes through amazing places in his mind that he had learned about from the TV (the 7 Wonders of the World), he finds himself watching a newscast, when a long lost friend shows up out of nowhere! Far as the style for this one, I didn't want to stick with some visual theme, as much as a contextual one; conveying the old adage that television is junk food or poison for the mind, and can end up entrancing people into believing the digital dogma it might spew.