Sleep of the Beloved

Photographer Paul Schneggenburger has set out to see how couples interact in their sleep.  Does it remain a solitary act as it is for the first 20 or so years of our life or is it a shared experience?
The Atlantic ran a short article on Schneggenburger's work last week, sharing some of his amazing photographs.  Schneggenburger takes long exposure photographs of couples from midnight to 6am to see how they interact in their sleep.  
I wish I lived in Vienna, where his photographs will be on exhibit until March 8th.  For more information, you can also check out this article at My Modern Met.


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I'm Madysen, born and raised in Nebraska but now living out my dreams in New York City. I moved here to go to Columbia, but living in New York has become so much more to me. This blog is a space where I can share my experiences of reconciling my midwestern upbringing with the life I live in the city. But even bigger than that, this blog serves as a space where I can try to understand where I fit into the larger social world, where I want to go in life, and how I want to go about pursuing all of these endeavors.

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