Sprawling across the venue’s halls with mixed-media installation, paintings and video, the exhibition considered dreams as well as the effect of an anxious present day on the unconscious of our sleeping selves. The large group show featured over 20 artists including Bora Akinciturk, Amalia Ulman, Rima Zamzam and Maria Ivanova, Felix Idle among others. As Natasha Angashanova’s press text observes, “Information glut, development of technology and an increase in the level of anxiety forced the magical characters, monsters and other creatures of human consciousness to emigrate to the web.”**
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