Collaborating with various artists and institutions, London-based design studio Mbryonic creates a series of virtual experiences set in unique spaces. The first of them, entitled ‘The Sleep of Reason Still Produces Monsters’, was created in collaboration with visual artist Xavi Sole and is inspired by three works by Goya: The Hill of San Isidro, The Pilgrimage of San Isidro, and The Great He-Goat. The resulting piece presents the audience with the evolution of a scene, of joyful celebration into a pilgrimage of sinister characters on their way to the hermitage under the gaze of a demonic Idol.

The sleep of reason still produces monsters,1