Dreams aren’t just for the bedroom. When a city dreams together, they are limitless.
On June 21st, 2017, we created one of the world’s largest artwork installations at Kikar Rabin, a public square symbolizing peace for millions of us.
The Utopian Dream, created by Israeli artist Amit Trainin, envisions the future of Israel: the environment, culture and many beautiful dreams such as tea pots that generate rain clouds, a train that travels directly to India throughout the Middle East, and a landscape of natural beauty.
The artwork was printed and puzzled onto 1,500 mats, on which thousands of individuals meditated and partook in a collective yoga class.
“The Big Dream” is a way to show the world that, as Jews around the world and in Israel, we’re optimistic about the future.
The limited-edition mats are being sold as stand-alone pieces which can be used for yoga, a carpet or a beautiful piece of art. They are currently on display at a pop-up gallery at Rega Salon (Shenkin 57) in Tel Aviv and available to purchase for just 200 shekels through March 9th, 2018. A 15-percent discount applies to anyone who mentions Citizen Café.
About the Author:
Michal Benari is 25 years old and recently moved to Tel Aviv from London. She is the head of marketing and business development at Dreame.