The Veil of Dreams

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In 2014 I co-produced The Veil of Dreams, a collaborative multi-media venture by Jesse Bransford and Max Razdow. Coming together for over a year, the project is based on Norse mythology and folklore that manifested in the artists’ dreams. After employing unique rituals, recording the results in a journal, and traveling to Iceland to complete the project, each artist told the story of this year-long journey through drawings, installations and writing. The resulting work was first exhibited in London in 2014.

Jesse Bransford is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work is exhibited internationally at venues including The Carnegie Museum of Art, the UCLA Hammer Museum, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center and the CCA Wattis Museum among others. He holds degrees from the New School for Social Research (BA), Parsons School of Design (BFA) and Columbia University (MFA). An associate professor of art at New York University and the chair of the Department of Art and Art Professions, Bransford’s work has been involved with belief and the visual systems it creates since the 1990s.

You can read  more about the project here, and here. The project went on to be shown at Idio Gallery.

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