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    20 pillows (45 x 45 cm each), 225 x 180 cm Why is it always so difficult to memorize the dreams that we have during the night? They usually qui… Read More
    20 pillows (45 x 45 cm each), 225 x 180 cm Why is it always so difficult to memorize the dreams that we have during the night? They usually quickly escape out of our minds as if they were sneaking away and hiding the traces. If we could believe that thoughts find materiality then also our dreams might have the material shape as well. Then where do they actually disappear? Might they be stored somewhere? They can visit our minds several times per night, and often they just slip by barely touching our consciousness for a short while The work "Captured Dreams" is an allegoric attempt to visualize the idea of the existence of pillows that could capture dreams and display them. As though the latent image is revealed during the photographic procession after putting it in developing chemicals... Read Less
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Captured Dreams
20 pillows (45x45 cm each), 225 x 180 cm

There’s a ques­tion: why is it al­ways so dif­fi­cult to mem­o­rize the dreams that we have dur­ing the night? They usu­ally quickly es­cape out of our minds as if they were sneak­ing away and hid­ing the traces. If we could be­lieve that thoughts find ma­te­ri­al­ity then also our dreams might have the ma­te­r­ial shape as well. Then where do they ac­tu­ally dis­ap­pear? Might they be stored some­where? They can visit our minds sev­eral times per night, and of­ten they just slip by barely touch­ing our con­scious­ness for a short while. The work «Cap­tured Dreams» is an al­le­goric at­tempt to vi­su­al­ize the idea of the ex­is­tence of pil­lows that could cap­ture dreams and dis­play them. As though the la­tent im­age is re­vealed dur­ing the pho­to­graphic pro­ces­sion af­ter plac­ing it into de­vel­op­ing chem­i­cals..