DREAM is a printed magazine and an online moving image platform that observes objects from fixation and curiosity. A project that gives special importance to its participant´s different points of view and the relations they establish with artifacts, stimulating the readers through a powerful visual content.
In this issue:
Light caresses us. Light gives us warmth. Light gives us life, it is, in fact, a source of life. Like music, light it is capable of filling empty spaces, of going into the deepest places. Even if we cannot touch it with our own hands, we create it and play with it. The reflections, the shadows, the different colors are the result of an exposure of light.
For our new issue we have explored light as a subject from different perspectives of collaborators and artists from all around the world.
Cover photography by Cho Gi Seok.
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