A workshop on Lucid Dreaming and Creativity taught by Fariba Bogzaran
Lucidity: Fariba Bogzaran, A Retrospective presents the work of the artist, scientist, and scholar, Fariba Bogzaran.
Bogzaran's work is fundamentally grounded in her lifelong research of dreams and the concept of lucid dreaming: the state of being conscious while dreaming. The act of lucid dreaming allows for the construction of an unrestricted creative space where her body of work is generated. Bogzaran declares: "Stepping out of the boxes of expectations, assumptions, a new level of consciousness is experienced and expressed. Whether by creating physical forms, or other means of creations, art becomes a way of life, undivided by the limitations of the mind."
Fariba Bogzaran, Ph.D. is an artist, professor, and founder of the dream studies program at John F. Kennedy University. Bogzaran, a pioneer in the field of dream studies, has been an exhibiting artist since 1983 and curating exhibitions inquiring into dreams, science and consciousness since 1985. She chose San Francisco as her home in 1985 and became an American citizen in 1991. She recently moved full time to Inverness, CA where she is the creative director of the Lucid Art Foundation, which she co-founded in 1998 with the surrealist painter Gordon Onslow Ford.
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