We will confront Omonia Square with our dreams. Omonoia is Greek for concord, as in harmonious and in agreement…. This public space in Athens is a crossroads, a major shopping area by day, a refuge for drug users by night, an equal mix of business and crime. It is a site of a blatant failure of public vision and neglect over the last 9 years since its “renovation” before the 2004 Olympics. We are in preparation to sleep in the square as a collective and to experiment with how this might change the square. If dreams and lucid flight are impossible here, what transitions are required? Can a few people, with no monetary resources, claim a space for dreaming?