This is an interview with the Danish artists' group Superflex on the occasion of their exhibition at von Bartha gallery in Basel, Switzerland. The title of the exhibition, Euphoria Now, refers to a stroboscopic device called Dreamachine (or dream machine) by Beatnik-artists Brion Gysin und Ian Sommerville. The Dreamachine produces visual stimuli when "viewed" with the eyes closed. Referencing on this piece, which is also featured in the show, Superflex present artworks that circle around the topic of Euphoria. The exhibition features past projects and new works, including installations, films and long-term, process-based projects. In this video, we have a look at the show, and Superflex talk about the group, the concept of the exhibition and the works on display. Superflex was founded in 1993 by Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Nielsen and Bjørnstjerne Christiansen.