Sleep paralysis is a condition where the mind is awake but the body is not. The experience is described as an oppressive feeling and a distortion of space. Often a strange entity is perceived occupying the space. Thinking is possible but action is not. The exhibition is based on sleep paralysis as an allegory to a dysfunctional political subjectivity, fueled by a paralysis of discourse.
Consisting of a series of spatial experimentations and abstraction as an instrument of substance, the artist group aims to produce a landscape governed by an immobility of language.