Location: Vondelpark, Amsterdam.
Artwork in the public space as a response to the new right-wing coalition in the Netherlands. A minority government consisting of the conservative-liberal VVD and the center-right CDA, tolerated with the support of the Party for Freedom, a party whose main focus it is to halt especially Muslim immigrants. Or street art as a reaction to the overall increase of nationalism in Western politics and public opinion.
The languages used are taken from the top five of migration to the Netherlands, concerning Non-Western countries. Derived from 'The Migration Map', a report by the Research and Documentation Centre of the Ministry of Justice. The countries: The Netherlands Antilles & Aruba, Turkey, Morocco, China and Suriname. The (official) languages: Dutch, Papiamentu, English, Turkish, Arabic, Mandarin and Sranan Tongo.
Besides the visualization of a bureaucratic disposal of dreams the work can be interpreted more general as well. Or, as a representation of dreaming as purifying activity, as the processing of the stream of daily experiences. Or contrary, dreams as waste from the impressions which we receive every day...