A unique sculptural installation by artist Sarah Hutt entitled, Conversations in My Sleep, will be on view at Boston Sculptors Gallery from March 17 through April 18, 2010. Working with text, wax, clay, paper, wood and metal, Conversations in My Sleep is a collection of sculptures that explore the transformation of dreams into stories told through objects. Rather than create an elaborate explanation of dreams through analysis, Hutt’s sculpture "validates each emotional moment, and suggests that a collection of the visual expressions can serve as signposts marking the path we’re following... A fragment of a conversation. A mother-daughter relationship. A sense of identity. A vivid memory. Brief fragments of dreams can offer powerful clues about who we are, where we are, and what brought us here. "
The month-long exhibition is on view during regular gallery hours Wednesdays through Sundays 12-6pm. Or if you'd like to see and be seen, the opening reception for Conversations in My Sleep will be this Saturday, March 20, from 3-6pm and there will also be a SoWa First Friday reception on Friday, April 2nd, from 6-8pm
The Boston Sculptors Gallery is located at 486 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02218, in the South End. For directions and more information visit the Boston Sculptors Gallery website at: bostonsculptors.com