Drawing from a namesake installation, No More Sleep No More engages in a reflexion on the chronopolitics of sleep under neoliberalism.
Night-space and sleep, despite the recent media attention, remain rather uncharted territories in the landscape of human life, and continue to generate intriguing theories and propositions both in medical and social sciences. No More Sleep No More neither poses nor answers questions about sleep, but rather aims to reframe sleep and wakefulness into the framework of chronopolitics together with aspect of our lives absorbed under the neoliberal condition.
Published following the exhibition “The Missing Hour: Rhythms and Algorithms” at Raucci Santamaria Gallery, Naples, in March 2015.
Danilo Correale (born 1982 in Naples, lives and works in Naples and New York) is an artist and researcher. In his work he analyzes aspects of human life, such as labor-leisure, and sleep under the lenses of time and body. Danilo Correale received his MFA in Visual art and Curatorial Studies from NABA, Milano, Italy, and has been awarded by a Research Affiliate Fellowship at Columbia University, New York, in 2017. He has been part of Skowhegan, school of painting and sculpture among many other residency and grant program in Europe and USA.