A collection, an exploration and a meeting point between consciouness and unconsciouness driven by fantasy and imagination.
We can remember (and imagine) our dreams but how about imagining the sleep that precedes them? or even mix the whole of them through photographic imagination?
Sleep as a natural biological need is very common and conventional in its various "posture representations". In this work i tried to break its conformity by shaping it according to a "dream imaginary protocol". This natural sleep becomes "staged".
The result is an inside-out portrait of the sleep and the sleeper through the awake imagination of the photographer.