The unconscious state of being asleep is a highly vulnerable place for humans, one which may reveal truths- uncomfortable, worrisome, or precious- about a person when they are perceived by another. This work brings the viewer into this situation, allowing them to perceive the possibilities of what the sleepers feel or see internally. It explores the intimacy and tension of sleep, as well as - and in contrast to - the physical softness of beds and blankets, and the depth of the dreamworld.
Celeste Cares , 16 yrs
Etobicoke School of the Arts