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Dream Mirror A1

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The following wall-sculpture is a highly coterminous recreation from an ongoing series originally envisioned during recurring REM dreams of the artist. Psychoanalysts believe dreams are the manifestations of our deepest desires and fears. They are the direct expression of imagination and utilize the most efficient language of symbolism and visual arts.

This work explores the process of introspection through the metaphor of transcendence by bringing the viewer into the dream and the art into reality, acting as 'Portals' or 'Annexes' into the spiritual matrix.

Where it's been: 2022 OCAD University Ignite Gallery, Toronto Lose Your Illusion, OCAD University Ignite Gallery Opening Launch

36" x 40" x 1.75"

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About the artist
About the artist

Kyle Yip is a Canadian, JUNO Award-Nominated hypersurrealist artist internationally recognized for his highly coterminous creations of visual art, electronic music, and films originally perceived during his dreams. Since a 2006 Arts York Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition at Frederick Varley’s reside, ... View full profile

Toronto, ON
Partial artist since 2019

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