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O nirisme Collective is an art collective with artist from all over the world. Mio Hanaoka from Japan, Jake Laffoley from England, Rafael Medeiros   from Brazil and then finally RebelRebel, Ragnheiður Rebel & Snæbjörn Brynjarsson from Iceland.    These artist came together under Onirisme Collective through a all night performance curated by Mio Hanaoka. The performance took place at Gallery Red Planet in Paris, 14th of May 2016. RebelRebel performed their performance Untitled where they explored the state of dream in a performance, where they danced their audiences dreams in a black costume (made by the Japanese fashion designer Johji Yasushi ) with different coloured lights on their fingers. 

Onirisme Collective is an art collective with artist from all over the world. Mio Hanaoka from Japan, Jake Laffoley from England, Rafael Medeiros from Brazil and then finally RebelRebel, Ragnheiður Rebel & Snæbjörn Brynjarsson from Iceland. 

These artist came together under Onirisme Collective through a all night performance curated by Mio Hanaoka. The performance took place at Gallery Red Planet in Paris, 14th of May 2016. RebelRebel performed their performance Untitled where they explored the state of dream in a performance, where they danced their audiences dreams in a black costume (made by the Japanese fashion designer Johji Yasushi ) with different coloured lights on their fingers. 

Did we dream together?  Who is the author of our dreams?  The sleepers will have a collective nightlife experience, which will take into account the time to sleep. Indeed, artists divert the REM phase. Where the dream is personal, it will become collective.  There is a tendency to separate dreams from reality. But if sleep up our brain activity in provisions different from those of awakening, the dream remains the continuity of reality. Somehow, we leave reality when sleeping. However, our body remains active and grounded in reality. Our apparent unconsciousness does not prevent our body to replay elements of reality in our dreams, memories, feelings, impressions.  Moreover, we tend to think that the dream is personal, but the notion of collective unconscious, in the sense of Carl Jung, can lead us to consider the dream from the perspective of collective experience. We want to test the personal and individual character of the dream.

Did we dream together? 
Who is the author of our dreams?

The sleepers will have a collective nightlife experience, which will take into account the time to sleep. Indeed, artists divert the REM phase. Where the dream is personal, it will become collective.

There is a tendency to separate dreams from reality. But if sleep up our brain activity in provisions different from those of awakening, the dream remains the continuity of reality. Somehow, we leave reality when sleeping. However, our body remains active and grounded in reality. Our apparent unconsciousness does not prevent our body to replay elements of reality in our dreams, memories, feelings, impressions.

Moreover, we tend to think that the dream is personal, but the notion of collective unconscious, in the sense of Carl Jung, can lead us to consider the dream from the perspective of collective experience. We want to test the personal and individual character of the dream.