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The New Sleep I and II

Structuring Somnolence images published in the Trove Journal 2011

Structuring Somnolence at the Embodied Knowledges Symposium

19-21 October 2011
Spectrum Gallery
Edith Cowan University, Western Australia


Structuring Somnolence at the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Arts

NEUROARTS PANEL

17 September 2011

Istanbul, Turkey

Structuring Somnolence

Structuring Somnolence at Visceral: the living art experiment

adjusting EEG electrode

Somnolence Structuring: Monument Valley

lights out- sleep

Somnolence Structuring: Monument Valley

positioning

Somnolence Structuring: Parthenon

sleep study set-up

Somnolence Structuring: Parthenon

adjusting body position sensor

Somnolence Structuring: Perth City Skyline

Bio-Calibration as Somniloquy: “Corpus” by Stephen Wilson

Somnolence Structuring: Perth City Skyline

sleep study set-up

Somnolence Structuring: Perth City Skyline

Structuring Somnolence featured in articles about Visceral: the living art experiment

Art really comes alive in ‘lab’ exhibition | Nicola Anderson, Irish Independent, 28 January 2011

    http://www.independent.ie/entertainment/arts/art-really-comes-alive-in-lab-exhibition-2514694.html  

    Visceral curator: Making art out of living tissue | Amanda Gefter, New Scientist, 31 January 2011 

      http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/culturelab/2011/01/visceral-curator-making-art-out-of-living-tissue.html 

      Synergistic art | Colin Martin, The Lancet, 19 February 2011

        http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736%2811%2960217-1/fulltext?rss=yes 

        Blood and guts | Owen Hatherley, New Humanist, March/April 2011 http://newhumanist.org.uk/2499/blood-and-guts 

        Structuring Somnolence featured in Irish Association of Respiratory Scientists

        article written by Geraldine O’Connel

        Respiratory Scientist at St. Vincent’s Private Hospital

        and Structuring Somnolence’s collaborating sleep scientist in Visceral: The Living Art Experiment, 2011

        Click on Newsletter March 2011 PDF (pg. 4) for full article