|01/13/2024 16:00 (Sat)
|01/13 - 01/13/2024
|Wednesday – Saturday
|15:00 – 18:00
“During my research residency in Mexico, I created 10 obsidian mirrors with local craftsmen and completed a course on dream work. Obsidian mirrors are believed to help insomnia, analyze dreams and learn to integrate the shadowed side of our personality. In ancient and modern oneirology and psychology, dreaming is an altered state of consciousness and exploring them allows us to reflect on our hidden traumas and mental health problems. In pre-columbian Mexico black obsidian mirrors had been a powerful sacred tool to reflect on one's self, observe the sky, connect to ancestors and for energetic cleansing.”
The workshop requires registration and can be attended by up to 9 people.
The workshop is a side event to the Islands and their Possibilities exhibition.