Hypnagogia is a common dream where various states of wakefulness intertwine into a surreal narrative and screens flatten reality into an ever erupting collage. This publication presents a record of Ann Maria Healy’s exhibition, Hypnagogia, at the LAB Gallery in 2021 with photography by Louis Haugh, an essay by critic Jan Voerwert and notes from the artist’s studio. Originally intended for exhibition in 2020, Healy’s exhibition was postponed due to the COVID 19 global pandemic. While the world struggled to contain the virus through a series of lockdowns, Healy had the opportunity to go deeper in her research through a residency opportunity at The Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics alongside post doctorate researchers looking at neuro feedback therapy.
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