How to Sleep

The Art, Biology and Culture of Unconsciousness

A novel and provocative exploration of how and why we sleep bringing together biology, art, and cultural theory. Les mer
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A novel and provocative exploration of how and why we sleep bringing together biology, art, and cultural theory.

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preface
acknowledgements

1. How to Sleep
2. Without Thinking
3. Dormant
4. I Don't Want to be Awake
5. The Domestic Architecture of the Skull
6. Heroes of Sleep
7. Too Much Dream
8. Mediating
8. Sleep Acts
9. Repulsive Sleep
10. Ingredients of Sleep
11. Sleep Gltiches
12. Body Parts
13. Be Unconscious
14. The Luxuriance of Dissolving
15. Free-Running
16. Sleep in Love
17. Vulnerable
18. Hyperpassivity
19. The Eye Busy Unseeing
20. How to Thrive Biologically
21. Repetition
22. Architecture
23. Laws Governing Sleep
24. Film Sleep
25. Man Controls the Day.But We Will Control the Night
26. Headless Brim
27. Trains and Buses
28. The Smell of Sleep
29. The Child's Bed
30. Brain as Labourer
31. Melnikov's Promethean Sleepers
32. Sleep on the Road
33. Terraforming
34. Dozy-looking
35. Nocturne
36. Waking Up
37. Equipment
38. Sleep Upright In Order to Avoid Death
39. Animal Sleep
40. Wrap Up Warm

bibliography
index

Om forfatteren

Matthew Fuller is Professor of Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. He is co-author of Evil Media (2012), Editor of Software Studies: a Lexicon (2008) and co-editor of the journal Computational Culture.