Idyllusion is an attempt to challenge with artistic and scientific strategies, the questions concerning the presence of reality/fiction in our lives: What is the difference between an illusion, hallucination, delusion and the reality? In which of these actually we live and make changes? Are we able to distinguish them? Can the convincing illusion be a good enough reason to take real action? In other words, can fiction create “reality”?
These questions arose in the context of the dynamic development of neuroscience, which is increasingly stating that the mind is trying to reconstruct the perceived reality by actually exchanging one hallucination over the other. Postmodern philosophy also undermines the ontological basis of the world focusing on repetitions (Delezue, Derrida, Foucault) or simulacra (Baudrillard) and finally, technological development seems to be moving towards increasing virtualization of life and necessity of post-humanistic approaches.