Dreams Never End: a group exhibition curated by Cost of Horror

Throughout history dreams have both reflected and projected our conscious life. They have been represented as a series of images, sounds and emotions that the mind experiences during sleep that ultimately create a window to our subconscious.

Art Exhibition previously on at NO NO GALLERY in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 17 February 2011 to Saturday 26 February 2011
Launch Wednesday 17 February 2010, 6-8pm

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They transcribe our psychological state as well as transcending psychic information. Yet the differentiation between reality and dreams has yet to be soundly defined.

Independent Melbourne curatorial and production collective Cost of Horror present Dreams Never End, an exhibition showcasing 12 multidisciplinary artists as they explore and translate their dreamscapes. A production of surrealism and theatrics, where lights, smoke, mirrors and art will guide your through the blurred paths of dreams and reality.