'19     "Dream News - Unelma Uutiset" / Ii-Finland

In the work called “Dream News” I explore the effects of dreams on the future. Can’t the future be formed with our dreams instead of the patches we produce for the problems that we are experiencing?

 

Newspapers provide yesterday's information, while the news of the future is hidden in today's imaginations. The publication “Dream News” is a collaborative experiment to create tomorrow by today’s imaginations.

 

Dream News contains notes and drawings of the participants answering to “What is your dream here and after?”

 

This paper collects dreams from different communities in different geographies. It makes the dreams expressed in order to make them visible, heard and maybe realized, with the hope that it mediates them for the considerations of others as well.

 

The first issue of the paper “Dream News / Unelma Uutiset” was done in Ii-Finland. It was made within Lähde! project which aimed to prevent social exclusion. It was funded by European Social Fund and run by the Oulunkaari Consortium of Municipalities and Art Centre KulttuuriKauppila. The content and design of this issue was realized together with the customers and colleagues of Myötätuuli and Tolppa Mental Health Rehabilitation Centers in Ii and Oulu, IiPaja Unemployed Center in Ii. 

https://www.facebook.com/dreamnewspaper

https://www.instagram.com/dream.news

 

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Dream News printed, 1000 copy

Dream News / Unelma Uutiset issue #1 (scroll down to see)

Pictures from the making process (use arrow buttons on the image to see the pictures)

Making/2nd Session-in Myötattuuli
Making/2nd Session-in Myötattuuli

Making-3rd-session- in tolppa
Making-3rd-session- in tolppa

Baking the box
Baking the box

Making/2nd Session-in Myötattuuli
Making/2nd Session-in Myötattuuli

Locating issue #1 (use arrow buttons on the image to see the pictures)

at Suvantola park
at Suvantola park

at Suvantola park
at Suvantola park

at Valve culture center Oulu
at Valve culture center Oulu

at Suvantola park
at Suvantola park