To see with closed eyes
“Why do I see things when I close my eyes?” It is hard to tell where reality ends and illusion begins. Exploring the paths that connect our inner and outer sights, the exhibition records the transitions that take place during a specific biorhythmic setting. Within this zone, activities like automatic painting, meditating, forming new habits, micro dosing on fun and pleasure, as well as self-loving and other vicious cycles manifest. Exercises were made on translating something hard to translate such as an aura in a painting, visual vibrations and the awareness that a moment passes with every stroke. Projecting these visions is like going on a trip. Take a moment to reflect on the things that are not there physically. Make sure you are not echoing old tricks to get new results. Look for a link, a crack, a gap; look for that space where reality and illusion blends and separates. Get ready to experience a breakthrough or a comedown as you are shifting. Now open your eyes and don’t take yourself too seriously, you have a painting to finish.