New Statesman: Dreaming of Covid-19

New Statesman: Dreaming of Covid-19. “Visit [the site] and you can browse strangers’ dreams chronologically, by location or by theme, from ‘animals’ to ‘Zoom’. It’s a surreal, poignant, often darkly comic online archive. The peculiarity of dreams, their abstraction, emotional intensity and crude symbolism, makes them feel universal: my dreams could be your dreams. Someone dreams that masks have become part of our faces, that their wardrobe is hanging with human organs, that people have started smuggling themselves out of their homes in shipping boxes, that they were disqualified from a post-pandemic global sex tape competition because they had hallucinated their partner and were just having air sex.”