Sleep Studies I-V
mediaposted on 31.01.2020, 09:37 by Tamarin NorwoodTamarin Norwood
In Sleep Studies I-V, Tamarin Norwood explores the drawing, doodling and scribbling that take place as we speak or narrate a story. How do marks on the page relate to gesture, time and the unfolding of conversation? How far can the movement, noise and liveness of the original moment be relived or ‘read’ from these drawings? Sleep Studies I-V takes a sleepless approach to these questions, drawing upon clinical research in sleep deprivation and conversations with clinical psychologists to consider mark-making in relation to dreams, memory and hallucination.