The muddle of different dreams of a man, a woman and a dog. Every dream is full of melancholy in the evening, sensuality at night and nightmares before the sunrise.
Curated by Joey Mansfield
Total Runtime: 0:08:05
"Hypnoerotomachia" -- "the strife of love in a dream" is a famous Renaissance book from about 1510, reputedly the most beautiful ever printed, with mysterious illustrations based on antique designs. Also called "The Dream of Polyphilius," it is written in 'Macheronic" a combination of languages. No one knows who wrote it or what it means. Some think it is about the unity of all religions (or "natural religion"). Polyphilius means "lover of all." It was printed by Aldus Manutius in Venice.