I have a dream

Interference ( = to intervene, beat, bump and mingle) is the title of a big art and litterature festival/ event taking place rom 18 – 26 September at CERES in Aarhus.

Lis and I participate with Sandslotte & lufkasteller (Something like “Castles of sand/ Castels in thin air/ Castles in Spain”) an installation made of sand, water, photos etc.

Thoughts behind the work:

It is important to have dreams and visions – both on the personal and social level. First comes the dream – then follows action/reality.

Some people seem to think that visions are pure fantasy and Utopian ideas. However, we believe visions is the only way to change reality – even in a split second! Visions creates the world!

Therefore it’s vital to allow ourselves time and space to dream, to imagine!

With our installation we invite visitors to take a closer look at their own individual everyday-visions as well as at their more grandiose – but still imaginable – Utopias.

In short we encourage you to grab shovel and bucket and in a symbolic way build your dream. Go on with your ideas and projects although they might seem difficult, impossible, out of reach or too late. Don’t ever let these arguments stop you. Insist on building your castel!

Dream away … create a future!

About hanne

Mixed media artist working with collage, art-money, artists´ books and communication
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2 Responses to I have a dream

  1. suki says:

    lovely words about persuing your/our dreams. thank you

  2. Dear Hanne,

    thats right! a beach, with a big, wide sea, some friends, fishing and building sandslotte and lufkasteller, but this is already a dream. Thanks for the pics.

    Klaus

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