We’ve heard from your unconscious mind…
now, tell us your waking thoughts.
Comments, ideas, general feedback about this project: all are appreciated!
Very intimate concept of shared dreams brought about by referencing distinct sources of literature, poetry and psychological theories is uniquely developed by Sheila.
The subtle yet far reaching expressions of this artist to me shows a caring and open-hearted courage to touch the spirit of something often considered personal and guarded.
The physical object a pillow with it’s soft inviting presence provides the base for the journey into the unconscious mind. It is inviting and we easily submit to it to regain or needed rest and sleep. Dreams come without our conscious effort and therefore belong to us and our unique emotions and desires. How this happens is not important, it is just somthing everyone can experience for themselves and share through this artist’s invitation to become part of it.
I met you in manchester and served you in Mountain Equipment. I remember our conversation about your project and found it inspiring. I have now posted my dream in the hope this fabulous project continues.
I dream of people having equal opportunities to have a decent life
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