Dream Works is delighted to announce:

Dream Works Hypnagogia

Imagined in collaboration with Weekend Server and in cooperation with Bergen Kunsthall, Palmera i Bergen and Aldea, Dream Works Hypnagogia is a 3 days programme functioning as a prefigurative preview of the fair to come. Like a rehearsal of sorts, the series of events, workshops, artists presentations and performances composing the programme will map out a prospective first edition of the Dream Works fair that will premiere in Bergen in 2019.

Programme:

November 28th, 29th, 30th, 2018
at Aldea and Landmark, Bergen (NO)

DAY 1
Reading group of Scott Elliott's novel The El Dorado Commission; Aldea
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NIGHT 1
The Changing Booth, installation and launch of a series of wearables by Pontus Pettersson; Aldea
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DAY 2
Hypnagogic practices, open seminar with limited capacity (rsvp). Introductions to remote visiting, dream machine and VR by Galerie, Cameron MacLeod & Magnhild Øen Nordahl; Aldea
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NIGHT 2
Anticipatory Lyre, telepathic listening session by Miriam Myrstad; Aldea
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NIGHT 3
ticketed event 100 NOK (iZettle on spot or by reservation); Landmark
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With: The Séance of Gorrlaus, performance by Pedro Gómez-Egaña
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Fantasmical Anatomy far away version, Somatic podcast fiction by Anne Juren
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Death in the Afternoon, cocktail by Ernest Hemingway
Cocktail of the evening, available at the bar of Landmark
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PARTY from 9pm with set by WEEKEND SERVER + DJ DARIO + Dj Iinatti feat. by Tamara Alegre feat. by Galerie




In parallel of the three-days programme, a closed seminar will take place for the research and development of the Dream Works fair, with participating institutions including New Fiction, Mexico City; Group CCC, Paris; Palmera, Bergen; BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen; Galerie, International; Weekend Server, Johannesburg, Athens and Bergen.



About Dream Works fair

Dream Works is a new nordic art fair, introducing forms of acquisition and circulation appropriate for the diverse manifestations of art practices today.

Dream Works envisages artworks as material dreams whose conscious or subconscious transactions and transferences assert new ways of socializing and disseminating artistic practices.

Dream Works highlights the various implications of artworks, for and in their dreamers: their patron, spectator, bystander, participant, collector, curator or the artist themselves. (you know art and life problems)

Initiated by Galerie founders Simon Asencio and Adriano Wilfert Jensen in collaboration with curator Anthea Buys, Dream Works is a commercial forum and temporary exhibition format for artworks and institutions that reexamine structures of support, diffusion, acquisition and mediation.



website : groupeccc.com