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Daydreamers Project


Ongoing online project

Launched in March 2017, Daydreamers is an ongoing project co-curated with Stephen Kent. Once a year, a new location is parasitised.

Daydreamers aims to unearth the possibilities of the semantic correlations between speculative spaces and the objects shown within them.​​ The exhibitions are staged in flats accessed through holiday rental platforms; works of the participating artists act as parasitic props throughout the apartments. The action takes place secretly; no one can visit this exhibitions: they exist only through their photographic representation online.

So far, participant artists are: 

Heba Amin, Mads Andreassen, Patrick Armstrong, Martin Backes, Maxim Brandt, Ben&Sebastian, Veronica Brovall, Pavel Büchler, Sol Calero,

Slawomir Elsner, Sophie Erlund, Sigrid Espelien, Wojciech Fangor, Ektor Garcia, Jon P. Geiger, Mia Goyette, Daniel Hauptmann,

Anders Holen, Nadira Husain, GM Keaton, Jake Kent, Maximilian Kirmse, Maja Kitajewska, Christopher Kline, James Krone, Oliver Laric, Milda Lambertaité and Amelia Prazak, Lindsay Lawson, Erica Mahinay, Marta Margnetti, Josep Maynou, Ryan McLaughlin, Malgorzata Mirga-Tas,

Nicholas Norris, Andrew Thomas Parry, Anna Margrethe Pedersen​, Margherita Pevere, Bernhard Rappold, Luka Rayski, Jim Ricks,

Anders Ruhwald, Lorenzo Sandoval, Paul DD Smith / Agnes Scherer, Muhannad Shono, Camilla Steinum, Elisa Storelli, Aiko Tezuka,

Ulrich Vogl, Stephen Wilks, Chi-Tsung Wu.

On November 1st, 2019, The Institute for Endotic Research Berlin hosted us for a Daydreamers Night

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