Definition of dreamscape
: a dreamlike usually surrealistic scene; also : a painting of a dreamscape
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The cracking open of the quiet New Mexico desert haunts the American dreamscape.
They are being viewed as things -- as objects, as toys, as sci-fi dreamscapes -- and nothing more.
But that book is fairly orthodox science fiction about aliens, not the highly ambiguous dreamscape that Tarkovsky ended up filming.
Lynch's dreamscapes and nightmares haunt different people different ways, and the Music Box's staggeringly broad Lynch survey covers the waterfront.
Stop 2: Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef Mornings at Sal Salis, a luxury tented camp on the edge of Ningaloo Reef, are like being in a psychedelic dreamscape.
In this dreamscape, Nut and Julius are brothers in arms, talking with each other guy to guy, the older one teaching the younger about how to be a man.
The book finds Walcott, who has himself always made paintings, and who will soon turn eighty-seven, responding to the dreamscapes of the painter thirty years his junior.
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