"In surrealism, objects are both very realistic and fantastic (meaning unrealistic). Another element of Surrealism is the absurd juxtaposition of objects... The goal is for it not to make complete sense but instead work on the spectrum of dreams or altered state of mind.It's intended to represent the real process of thought. Free of control from any sort of reason aesthetic, or moral. Early Surrealist saw this untapped inner psyche as the true source of dreams, imagination, and true mind of poetry and felt it needed to be explored."