Daydreams borrows from the surrealist imagery of Magritte and Dali with a nod to Lewis Caroll's Wonderland. The spectator’s journey to imaginary lands is interrupted by futurist images which suddenly burst into the picture. The styles overlap, blending and feeding off each other, then withdraw to make room for a new artistic expression. The artists imply that no area is free from intrusion by technology now, not even our dreams. But nothing is black and white; the lines are blurred between the dream world and real world and spectators are left to draw their own conclusions from this hypnotic and sensitive work of art.