Walking in the Dreams
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
1/F Thematic Galleries 1, 2 and G/F Orientation Theatre
3 June 2015 – 28 September 2015
We all have another "self", called the subconscious; it lives in our inner soul; it is hidden in our heart. It is similar but sometimes contradictive to the "self" in daily life; the feeling is familiar but sometimes strange. The two "selves" become closer when we dream as our dreams tell us quietly about our hidden "self".
Dreams have countless ties and complex connection between the soul and body, the conscious and subconscious, imagination and reality. They are places to be discovered and explored, and they help us heal.
Let's take a peek at the dreams buried deep in your heart through the 11 dreamy spaces created by contemporary artists.
Joey Leung, Leung Mee-ping, Kingsley Ng, Ordinary Cavemen, So Yan-kei, Tam Wai-ping, Sara Tse, Wong Chi-yung, Adrian Wong, Kacey Wong, Samson Young
To complement the exhibition, other special programmes including public and family/children programmes will be organised for museum visitors:
"Walking in the Dreams" — Artists' Talks Series
Kite-making: Flying Your Dreams
Participating artist Samson Young will hold a series of live radio broadcast programmes for the exhibition. Please click here for details.
Something that Mr. Chow Didn't Mention
Don't Blame the Moon
Dream no Dream
A Half Remembered Dream
Dream FM (While the daylight lasts)