The French prefix "sur-" means "over-", that is, more than reality. The development of surrealism was greatly influenced by the very popular psychoanalysis of Sigmund Freud at the time, especially his analysis of dreams. According to Freud, a dream is the work of the subconscious, which breaks free when the conscious mind is at rest. Salvador Dali would take up his work immediately upon awakening, when the brain was not yet completely free from the images of the subconscious. Sometimes he even woke up in the middle of the night in order to sketch what he saw in a dream. This method corresponds to one of the techniques of psychoanalysis - recording dreams right after awakening. Dali is one of the most famous surrealist painters, who has confirmed with his art the phrase he once uttered: "Surrealism is me!". Speaking of surrealist painting, one cannot help but think of Dali's paintings.
The ”King of Surrealism” exhibition is:
Cinema360 — this is a total multimedia installation, immersing the spectator into the sensual world of masterpieces created by great artists. The images are projected on huge screens and on the floor as well. The total area of the projection is about 1200 sq. m.
Multimedia exhibitions are created on the basis of the original works.
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