30 January 2022

Lucid Dreaming

by Sara Naim

Part of Quoz Arts Fest

Starts 3:00 pm

Ends 4:00 pm

Venue Warehouse 50, Project Space


Join Sara Naim on January 30th at 3pm, Warehouse 50 (Foundation space) for an introduction into lucid dreaming’s ancient mystical practice, and to start your journey of becoming a conscious Dreamer.

Sunday’s condensed workshop will predominantly comprise of learning tools and techniques to lucid dreaming, a powerful entry into the subconscious mind. The ability to control, play or interact with one’s dreams offers endless possibilities and benefits for the dream and wake state, including psychological insights and harnessing mindfulness.

Sara Naim (b. 1987, London) is a Syrian artist that has a multidisciplinary practice which explores the notion and perception of boundary.

Naim received her MFA Fine Art Media from The Slade School of Fine Art, London (2014), completed a BA (Hons) Photography from London College of Communication, and Art Foundation from Chelsea College of Art.

Her selected solo shows include Building Blocks, The Third Line, Dubai, (2019), Reaction, Parafin, London (2018), When Heartstings Collapse at The Third Line, Dubai (2016); Heartstrings at Concrete, Hayward Gallery, London (2016). Selected group shows include Centre Photographique Rouen, Science Fictions, Normandie (2019), Katzen Arts Center, Tribe: Contemporary Photography from the Arab World, Washington D.C. (2018), Stedelijk Museum, Artificial Impressions, Breda Photo (2018), Sans Titre, Chambre 10, Paris, Secular Icons in an Age of Moral Uncertainty, Parafin, London (2017).

Her art residencies include Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2019, 2018 and 2016), and at Beirut Art Residency (2015). She was commissioned by Alserkal Avenue for the January Artist Takeover (2020), and Hospital Rooms (2017), and Naim’s works are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Old

and New Art, Tasmania, Australia. She has participated in Artissima (2020), Not Cancelled, Frieze London (2019, 2017), Frieze New York (2017), and FIAC (2015). Sara lives and works between London and Dubai.