The dream world has always been a source of inspiration for artists worldwide. From the moment we close eyes, we lose touch with reality and enter a magical dimension: in our dreams, the hands of the clock run backwards, prehistory blends in with science fiction and fantasy takes over. It’s not easy to explain this peculiar phenomenon: from the leaders of psychiatry, such as Freud
and Jung, to the great literary masters, such as Pirandello and Neruda, various figures and artists have tried to provide their personal interpretation and often became a point of reference for new research projects. “We are all made of the same substance in our dreams,” wrote William Shakespeare while imagining the deepest part of human essence.