Maxidreams Université Hopkins

Project for the Hopkins University Campus in Baltimore
Hopkins University in Baltimore has an important park for student relaxation. Not far from there is one of the largest sleep research centres.
The students of the University could come here to dream in the bed installed in the park.
The nearby sleep research centre is ready to collaborate. It could place electrodes on the skull of the first dreamers, in order to record and disseminate images of brain activity during dreams. Scientific interpretations would result in an exhibition within the university. The Locks gallery in Philadelphia could then host an exhibition based on this iconographic material.
The bed would be made in France, then brought by the sea, into the hold of an old rig, from Douarnenez.
INTERLOCUTORS (solicited and already met)

Dr. Bernadette Wegenstein
Documentary Filmmaker
Professor of Media Studies
Director, Center for Advanced Media Studies The Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine

Mark Wu, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Neurology, Medicine, Genetic Medicine, and Neuroscience Rangos Bldg, Room 294
855 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205

Jeff Ellenbogen of the Neurology Department
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Jeffrey D. Rothstein MD, PhD
The John W. Griffin Director, Brain Science Institute Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience
Director, Robert Packard Center for ALS Research Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
The John G. Rangos Sr. Building
Baltimore, MD 21205

Locks gallery / Philadelphie

East University Parkway, Johns-Hopkins - Homewood, Baltimore, Maryland, États-Unis