Listen to how some of the messages left on the Dreamline have been interpreted

Your dreams are being used in some brilliantly creative ways by members of the Undecided Art Collective.

UAC dreams banner image

As you wake from your slumber and start the day, imagine how interesting it might be to listen in on other people’s dreams.

That’s exactly what musicians and artists have been doing since the Dreamline was launched.

Over 100 dreams shared
OnTheWight have been working in collaboration with the Undecided Art Collective (UAC) on the project for the upcoming Undecided on Dreams exhibition at Ventnor Fringe Festival.

Over 100 dreams have been left on the Dreamline (01983 475123) so far.

Your dreams in music
Rachael Berry, an prominent artist with the UAC tells us,

“We have no less than five amazing musicians/sound artists who have been working on sound-based pieces incorporating dreams that YOU, the public have kindly donated for the show via the UAC/OnTheWight Dreamline.

“The tracks have now starting arriving in the UAC inbox and we’re extremely excited about sharing them with you at the show!

“Here’s one from Sleazy Harry to give you a taste of things to come… “

Call the Dreamline on 01983 475123 and your dreams might make it into the exhibition.

Thursday, 30th July, 2015 8:49am



Filed under: Island-wide, Music, The Arts, Ventnor

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