Artistic Affluence in Social Dreaming

Artistic Affluence in Social Dreaming

An immersive container to continue social dreaming explorations


Wednesday 24 May 2023, 1pm — 2.30pm
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Juliet Scott, Abandonment, 2019. Ink, charcoal, watercolour on paper. 10.5 x 14.8 cm.

Join us on 24 May for an immersive lunchtime session with the three artists involved in our current exhibition Social Dreams, Social Matters: Artistic Affluence in Social Dreaming. The exhibition critically explores the generative and performative nature of dreaming, connecting the richness of artistic responses with the theory and practice of Social Dreaming – a radical exercise in sharing, associating to and working with dreams.

Juliet Scott, Bongsu Park, and Marie Beauchamps will create an immersive container to continue the explorations which have been unfolding as they work together and through the presence of these works @63 Gee Street. 

Grounded in their practices and the story of their collaboration with TIHR they invite you to join them in an enquiry that will touches upon the the power of dreams,  their potential to change how we think about ourselves and the wider world, the wider significance of the artist in this practice and in the organisational ecology,  processes of archiving and translation, taking dreams and social dreaming into the digital realm.

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