Dream Works is delighted to announce:

Dream Works Hypnagogia
Aldea, Bergen Kunsthall and Landmark, Bergen (NO)
November 27th-30th, 2018.

Hypnagogia is the liminal state before falling asleep, when dreams and reality entangle. Dream Works art fair, that will premiere in Bergen in 2019.

Imagined in collaboration with Weekend Server, Bergen Kunsthall, Palmera i Bergen and Aldea,Dream Works Hypnagogia is a 3 days program 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 fair.

Participating institutions to Dream Works Hypnagogia include New Fiction, Mexico City; Group CCC, Paris; Palmera, Bergen; BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen; Galerie, International; Weekend Server, Johannesburg, Athens and Bergen.
And contributions by Pedro Goméz-Egaña​, Miriam Myrstad, Anne Juren, Scott Eliott, Cameron MacLeod and Magnhild Øen Nordahl and more.

Program of the Events

(first day), wednesday, Nov 28th, 2018 | Aldea
11:00 Closed seminar. Conversations and practices for the research and development of Dream Works with participating institutions.
with Darío Yazbek Bernal, ​filmmaker​​ (New Fiction, Mexico City); Alice Gavin​ (Group CCC, Paris); Pedro Goméz-Egaña​, artist and Professor (KMD, Bergen); Tatiana Lozano, Curator (Palmera, Bergen); Kristina Valvik, Curator and producer (Prøverommet, Bergen); Karoline Skuseth, Curator and producer (BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen); Sven Åge Birkeland, Artistic and Managing director (BIT Teatergarasjen).

17:00 Reading group of Scott Elliott's novel (The El Dorado Commission).
Scott Eliott is a writer, curator and publisher at Coda Press.
His novel The El Dorado Commission explores the idea of ghostwriting and ghostmaking as a sort of empty factory, through which information enters and exits freely.

(first night), wednesday, Nov 28th, 2018 | Aldea
19:00 Pontus Pettersson, (The Changing Booth), installation and launch of a series of wearables
As part of his long term performance, poetry and clothes project (Writing Wounds to Heal), Pontus Pettersson proposes the Changing Booth, a series of wearables poems to try and be read. During the event Pontus will do a reading of the garments WHILE visitors wear them. Pontus Pettersson is a swedish artist whose practice is rooted in dance and extends into poetry, fashion, fountain making, fortune telling and more.

(second day), thursday, Nov 29th, 2018 | Aldea
11:00 - 18:00 Hypnagogic practices. Open seminar (limited capacity) rsvp contact@dreamworksfair.com
Hypnagogic practices will foster ways of seeing and mediating experience as potential vehicle for transmission, transactions and acquisition of aesthetic experiences.
(Remote visiting) is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target, using extrasensory perception (ESP). Remote viewing experiments have been undertaken under the funding of U.S. government, in an attempt to determine any potential military application of psychic phenomena (introduced by Galerie, founders of Dream Works).
(Dream Machine) Session of practicing and experimenting with and in dreams: dreaming in each others dreams, preparing dreams before and after they are dreamt, dreaming with and next to artworks (introduced by Galerie, founders of Dream Works)
(VR), Virtual reality (VR) is an interactive computer-generated experience taking place within a simulated environment. This immersive environment can be similar to the real world or it can be fantastical (introduced by Cameron MacLeod and Magnhild Øen Nordahl, artists and founders of Aldea)

(second night), thursday, Nov 29th, 2018 | Aldea
19:00 (Anticipatory Lyre), Telepathic listening session by Miriam Myrstad as Poet and Psychopomp & Lady Tatiana Lozano Prieto as Curator and Clairvoyant
A room with a lyre tries to occupy the same psychic space as a room with a poem, hoping to allow for a suspension in time - a false present where the two can meet.
Presented by – P a l m e r a – a stem born in Sandviken from the former FELT galleri.

(third day), friday, Nov 30th, 2018 | Aldea
11:00 Closed seminar. Conversations and practices for the research and development of Dream Works with participating institutions.

(third night), friday, Nov 30th, 2018 | Landmark
tickets 100 NOK
19:00 (The Séance of Canis), performance by Pedro Gómez-Egaña, The Séance of Canis focuses on the relationship between spiritism and the emergence of new
telecommunication technologies at the end of the 1800’s. Limited to 20 people at a time rsvp contact@dreamworksfair.com

20:00 (Fantasmical Anatomy far away version), Somatic podcast fiction by Anne Juren.
Over the past few years, Anne Juren has been unfolding a Fantasmical Anatomy as real as a piece of bone. In Fantasmical Anatomy Anne Juren expands the imagination of the body and its boundaries by proposing a textual landscape and including poetic, fantastical, speculative and imaginative dimensions and placing choreography inside the body of the spectator.

21:00 (Death in the Afternoon), cocktail launch by Ernest Hemingway
From the eponymous cocktail book 'So Red the Nose, or Breath in the Afternoon', edited by Sterling North and Karl Kroch (1935)
Hemingway's original instructions were: Pour one jigger absinthe into a Champagne glass. Add iced Champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.
Special cocktail of the evening, afterwards available at the bar of Landmark.

from 21:00 Party with set by WEEKEND SERVER + DJ DARIO + Dj Linatti feat. by Tamara Alegre feat. by Galerie

website : groupeccc.com