Yaarit Mechany's Lucid Dream Exhibit Questions an Object's Reality

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 28, 2011 • References: yaaritmechany & design-milk
The Lucid Dream exhibit really does have a surreal sense of reality. This exploration of the dimensions of a dream brings together the ideas of concrete creations and imaginative possibilities. Considering that we live in a world in which anything does seem possible, thanks to technology, this show seems very relevant to contemporary society.

Created by Israeli designer Yaarit Mechany, the Lucid Dream exhibit is her first solo show. Four standout pieces are the Tiptoe bench that is covered with whimsical strategically placed fabrics, the Gathered lamp that looks like mushrooms, the Wired Lamp and a geometric, tree-shaped cabinet.

Although the Lucid Dream solo show makes you question your relationship with objects, it is also fun and playful at its core. Stats for Femininely Surreal Furniture Trending: Older & Average
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