Cell63 art platform is lifting the veil to share with you an exhibition quite unlike anything they have shown before…a realm of wonder, half-truths and half-lights, will help you see that All dreams continue in the beyond.
Since the dawn of time, humans have seen the dreamworld as a significant phenomenon. Messages from the Gods and spiritual awakenings have led to poignant messages – and art – becoming ancient symbols that still create awe today. More recently, dreams have come to mean an unearthing of one’s subconscious and a way for memories to be processed deep within. The mind is never so simple as to work by one definition alone. Emotions, experiences and imagination connect to our innermost consciousness, and all play a part in creating parallel worlds far and wide.
With delectable ease, Cell63 art platform are once again exploring the obscure and wonderful from all corners of the earth. All dreams continue in the beyond invites 15 artists to share their works that are directly related to their personal dreams. Prepare for the surreal and the bizarre, the good – and even the darkness that dwells in nightmares. For in the words of Edgar Allan Poe: “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing | Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before”.
June 4, 2016 @ 8.30pm. Soundscape by B.Ashra.
June 4 – July 30, 2016
Allerstr. 38 | 12049 Berlin | U8 Leinestr. – Boddinstr
Exhibiting artists: Darkam (Eugenia Monti), Marco Rea, Sergio Pastore, Gianluca Gambino (a.k.a. The Art of Tenia), Bella Harris, Elena Helfrecht, Pasquale de Sensi, Raquel Algaba, Pelin Santilli, Bilal Bahir, Bambi Kramer, Giacomo Merkic, Skawager – SKWG, Yagama, Vacon Sartirani, Augustin Rebetez, Aqua Aura and Gwen Guégan.
Curated by Luisa Catucci
This group exhibition is the penultimate journey into ‘dream language’, to use the words of curator and owner of Cell63, Luisa Catucci. “[This is] a voyeuristic journey in somebody else’s imaginative subconscious,” she explains, “every single culture on Earth, during all ages of history, has developed its own relation with them, assigning them different roles and powers…frightening, exciting, magical, melancholic, adventurous, erotic…it seems quite natural that dreams are a huge source of inspiration for artists.”
With such a fascinating display of raw and personal insights into 15 artist’s dreams, All dreams continue in the beyond promises to be a group exhibition to remember.