What is the Dream Realization Lab?
The Dream Realization Laboratory is an art project by Ben Evans, whose goal is to explore some of the hard science behind contemporary dream research from a non-specialist perspective, and to present the mystery of dreaming in new tangible forms by turning the technologies of empirical science to more playful aesthetic ends.
The blog section contains info about DIY polysomnography, dream realization processes, notes on dream research and other miscellaneous stuff...
The DRL will be presenting some recent work as part of Gallery Cubed’s “Live Under the Archway” series. Organized by Courtney Strimple Colman and Heather Bhandari of the curatorial team The Remix, the show will take place under the DUMBO archway in beautiful Brooklyn, NYC on August 8th from 5 – 9pm. Even though the […]
I’ve finally had the chance to start experimenting with 3D! It has long been an ambition, but so many other things have topped my to-do lists, and I’ve had no access to the technology. However, just before Christmas I discovered the “FabLac” in nearby Anthy-sur-Leman. It is an awesome spot – a couple of rooms […]
While speculation about the nature of dreaming in the “western” tradition can be traced at least to Aristotle, serious study of the topic in the modern period clearly begins with Freud. Freud’s general psychology is today largely discredited, or at any rate a great deal less fashionable than it once was. The same can be […]
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If you are going to a sleep clinic and want to have your dreams realized, or have thoughts or questions about this project, or are interested in purchasing a print, let me know!