Dreams are windows into our subconscious minds. Every night as we sleep, our brains manage the information we received that day, sorting it into short-term or long-term memory. Through this process, snippets of sights, sounds, and sometimes smells get separated and reconstituted into dreams: random fragments of thought and memory. Some dreams tell a complete story, others are just impressions, and still more seem designed to embarrass or frighten us. For this exhibition, we’ve selected works from the Museum’s permanent collection that feel like a single moment from a dream... or a nightmare.