DreamVR is a two part exhibition and identity design project that encompasses a 3D virtual reality art experience, located at the Larrie Gallery in the Lower East Side. It aims to explore, adopt and transform highly acclaimed Surrealist artworks into a modern, digital now. Andre Brenton, known by many as the ‘founding father of Surrealism’ in the 1920s described the movement as, “pure psychic automatism”. As a poet and writer at the time, Brenton believed that “nothing that surrounds us is object, all is subject.” This largely influenced the next wave of Surrealist thought and practice, pushing their desire to channel the subconscious mind and unlock the power of imagination. This was the main point of inspiration for the exhibitions concept and design, where the VR technological capabilities bring the artworks objectivity to life.