Ever since this post, I’ve become very intrigued by the rather vulnerable and oh-so intimate act of sleeping. There is something so fascinating and spooky about this inner space that we don’t really share with anyone. Those photos above are by a genius photographer, Ted Spagna who in the 70s and 80s used time-lapse photography to produce a series of images that capture people as they sleep. Don’t they all look like a silent film of human vulnerability? It’s incredible how much we move while sleeping and how many positions our body goes through in that time.
Fascinating, isn’t it? Would you like to see yourself sleeping?
P.S: Bedtime breakfast.
(via Sho & Tell via New Republic)