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What happens when we dream? The delicious question marks behind our complex subconscious are explored in more depth at the Institute of Contemporary Arts this weekend, as the art and science of sleep is put under the microscope. Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram, in collaboration with Chris Alford, a sleep psychologist at the University West of England, has created an installation and experimental space to help solve some of the mysteries of our dream worlds. Jerram's project involves a sleepo
Watershed Dream Director test sleepover, Spike Island, Bristol 2007 The Dream Director : Luke Jerram Where do you go when you dream? Watershed Commission On Tour 2008 / 2009 http://www.dreamdirector.net http://www.watershed.co.uk Luke Jerram’s The Dream Director is a unique art event, installation and exploration investigating the hidden realm of dreaming. Where do people go when they dream? What do they see? What do they experience? And can the shape of dreams be influenced as the
The Dream Director: Luke Jerram :: On Tour 2008 / 2009 :: ICA (London), FACT (Liverpool) and De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill-on-Sea), UK. Luke Jerram’s The Dream Director is a unique art event, installation and exploration investigating the hidden realm of dreaming. Where do people go when they dream? What do they see? What do they experience? And can the shape of dreams be influenced as the dreamer is sleeping? These are the questions posed and explored by artist Luke Jerram in his participatory
First Breath by Luke Jerram aims to shine bright beams of light up into the sky every night in Bristol in the locations where that days births in the city have occured
I really love the idea behind First Breath, an artwork that Luke Jerram is creating for 2009… “During our lifetime the majority of us experience the same mundane and life changing moments. Whether we’re cleaning our teeth, having our haircut or getting married, it’s these common experiences that help us to connect with one another. At any given time in each city, there are disconnected individuals and hidden communities living through the same life experience. First Breath reveals and makes