The Dali Gallery

The oil Illuminated Pleasures, created in 1929, finds Dalí totally immersed in his Surreal period. At this time he was also into experimental film-making and it's likely that the images conjured up here make reference to those endeavors.

Like the music for Appratus and Hand, listeners are encouraged to find and link the various aural and visual motifs.

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The Persistence of Memory

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