Have you had a lucid dream? Interdisciplinary artist Luciana Haill talks about her fascination and exploration into lucid dreaming. This informative presentation gives food for thought on how we act when sleeping, and how we really dream..
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You can follow Thanh Luke and his band 'Ca Hoi Hoang' at: https://www.cahoihoang.com/