Half A Dream 1

acrylic on canvas
135 x 168 x 4 cm
Edition of NO
The participation of people in the area of dreams gives the ability to access the subconscious mind, where this interdependence creates a framework in which ideas multiply in the realm world and the dream world through the subconscious world, when our minds control the invasion of our thoughts and we discover that our minds are the theater of its absorption beyond the realm of imagination, which is the realm of nothingness. The limits of the interior, which controls our minds step by step until it takes possession of all our thoughts and pushes the mind into a world that it creates by itself and shares with those around it, in an attempt to rationalize the dream and the dialectic of logic. The amount of power for everyone who can control their dreams is standing on the edge of reality and imagination, dismantling memory, and traveling to the subconscious world to plant new ideas that change the course, perhaps forever.

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ABOUT Wael Darweish
Born in Cairo in 1975, he obtained a doctorate in the philosophy of contemporary drawing and painting, and he worked a professor of drawing and painting at the Faculty of Art Education and practiced his artistic work from 1996 until now, and the artist's style varied between collages and mixing materials and installation and digital art, and he...
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