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Dreaming Is Common To All

Emilio Fantin
Publication Studio Guelph
Artists' Books
15 × 19 × 1 cm
192 pp
Arts Writing

This book gathers together, in separate chapters, various notes, reports, writings and images that have to do with research on the relationship between art and dreams. Reading them, certain aspects emerge: The intersubjective function of dreaming in a community through artistic experience. The dream as collective experience: dream and creative process, logic and dream, dream and immaterial reality. The ability to imagine as a process of construction of the group itself. Maieutics of dreams. The repercussions of dreams on waking reality and the interconnections between individuals and a community of dreamers.

With writings by Lucia Lorenzi and Elisa Ottaviani.
Translated to English from Italian.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w

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