Sleep to do

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Born in 1993, Sophie Deltombe lives and works in Paris. She graduated in June 2017 from the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux. Her work questions the hybridization between the physics and the virtual and the dissolution of the boundaries between the private and public spheres. Drawing inspiration from the world around her, she explores control devices, work, manufacturing processes, consumption and compulsions as well as many other fields on which she speculates. Read more

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Today, there are very few significant time periods left in human existence – with the exception of sleep – that have not been invaded and taken up by working, consuming and marketing time. As work gets a little deeper into our domestic spheres, we are witnessing the dissolution of most of the boundaries that separated private time from professional time. Sleep to do suggests moving sleep time to the office. The installation consists of a cushion on which is printed the capture of a YouTube page and a speaker broadcasting the sound that emanates from it. Filed in the “relaxation” category on YouTube, the sound is that of the buttons on a computer keyboard. As the sound resonates in the room, the worker is invited to recover by sleeping at his workplace.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 170 x 4 x 130 cm
Collection curated by:

Anne Roquigny


Sophie Deltombe






Printing on Polyester / Interior : Polyester balls


Original artwork

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