Plywood, restoration paper, ink “Cielle” focuses on seeing dreams as an experience. Using the many opportunities of printmaking, I created a series of woodcut prints that show the forgetful, unpredictable and unstable nature of dreams and remembering them. The body of work consists of a series of woodcuts that I carved following the principles of reductive woodcut technique. In my own home I created four woodcut plates from which I printed 110 impressions. Each plate represents a narrative from one of my dreams. In installation, the flowy printed sheets become one big collection of dreams that resembles a fog. Only by stepping closer it is possible to delve deeper and begin to see what lies in the depicted dreams, their recurring motifs and their meanings.