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‘rapid eye Movement’ at Galerie Anna

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When sleep takes over man’s consciousn­ess at the end of the day, a phase known as REM or Rapid Eye Movement commences. The brain remains active during REM sleep, which is associated with vivid dreams. In the realm of art, dreams become manifestat­ions of the artist’s own reveries and fantasies, often indicative of individual passions and interests.

Galerie Anna presents “Rapid Eye Movement: Visions Behind Closed Lids,” opening on July 6, with participat­ing artists Cristina Miranda-Alsol, Ronna Lara-Bes, Annabelle S. Cadiz, Raeche Dacanay, and Fel R. Plata.

Cristina Miranda-Alsol luxuriates in a dream of flowers and fishes. The dreaming child of Ronna Lara-Bes decides on his choice of fantasy. In a field of dreams, the Sun-Woman beams down on a child in a trance as Raeche Dacanay dances to the music of the night. Fel R. Plata moves through space in a mirage of surrealist specter. “Rapid Eye Movement” runs until July 20. Galerie Anna is at the 4/F, The Artwalk, Bldg. A, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Mandaluyon­g City.

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“Neutral Portals” by Ronna Lara-Bes “Dancing On A Dream” by Raeche Dacanay “When There’s No More” by Fel R. Plata
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