Refugee Complex Connects Residents With Artwork Of Recurring Dreams

Refugee Complex Connects Residents With Artwork Of Recurring Dreams

Art initiative builds community by sharing vivid details inside neighbors' heads

Ross Brooks
  • 15 january 2015

Woodville Housing is an estate in Sydney home to 90 residents from around the world, many of whom speak different languages and came to Australia as political refugees. To create a stronger sense of community, a group of artists have transformed the residents’ dreams into works of alarming art as part of a project called “As You Dream It.”

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