We Don’t Daydream


Joshua Clarke

" ‘We Don’t Daydream’ explores the lack of imagination and inspiration that was available during the last 12 months. Becoming overly familiar with our environments lead to a feeling of stasis and entrapment.


The dancing figure, who is stopped in time, in a pose that could be interpreted as joy, fear, or aggression, represents how changeable and volatile the emotional states were at that time."


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