[an excerpt from] Assembling the Morrow by Sandra Huber photos by Lee Wei Swee: of Sandra; of bed in laboratory
there are no windows in this room of walls: 6:22:52 to 6:23:01 a.m. [an excerpt from] Assembling the Morrow by Sandra Huber photos by Lee Wei Swee: of Sandra; of bed in laboratory This is a zoom in on Stage 3 sleep from the long poem Assembling the Morrow, which swaps the interface of brainwaves for the interface of words in order, in part, to open up and explore the possibilities of our most mysterious quotidian act: sleep. This project is ongoing. It was initially made possible via Artists-in-Labs Switzerland and involved a nine-month residency at the Franken / Tafti sleep labs at the Centre for Integrative Genomics in Lausanne. The EEG registration reflects the brainwaves of the writer, Sandra Huber, in Stage 3 sleep (said to be the “deepest” stage), and was taken on July 5th, 2010, at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois Lausanne sleep laboratory. For more information on Assembling the Morrow see the VerySmallKitchen’s blog feature: part 1 (http://verysmallkitchen.com/2011/02/21/vsk-project-sandra-huber-sleep-writing-rooms-1/),
part 2 (http://verysmallkitchen.com/2011/02/25/vsk-project-sandra-huber-sleep-writing-rooms-2/),
and part 3 (http://verysmallkitchen.com/2011/03/01/vsk-project-sandra-huber-sleep-writing-rooms-3/)
Or contact the writer directly at email@example.com. Sandra Huber is a poet and writer currently living in Berlin. She curates the experimental online journal Dear Sir, (www.dearsir.org).