Arianna Cecconi (cultural anthropologist) and Tuia Cherici (video-maker and performer) combine their approaches and tools to investigate dreams under the following perspectives:
Society and Environment
Studying the role of dreams and their social dimension: how dreams are shared, conceived and related to the everyday life of a community.
Reflecting aspects of history, culture, politics, geography, lifestyle and the ways society shapes and affects one’s imagery.
Developing a social practice to observe, expand upon and archive individual’s dream experiences within a group: the “Oniroscope”.
Finding ways to extend registers, memory and expressive tools of dream-telling through a visual art practice.
Art and Ethnographic Documentation
Producing multi-faceted records of dreams across a variety of media including interviews, anthropological field research and analysis.