During REM sleep, our eyes move rapidly. It is the time when we are most relaxed. Paradoxically, heart rate and breathing speed up and blood pressure and sexual arousal increase. During this phase we dream and capture lots of information from our environment due to increased brain activity: sometimes more than when we are awake. The rest of the body, however, is paralysed because the brainstem blocks our motor neurons. The body probably uses this mechanism to stop us carrying out what we’re doing in our dreams.

Creator and Performer: Manuel Rodríguez (www.manuelrodriguezr.com)
Musical set: Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld

Activity organised in collaboration with Graner, with the support of ICUB.

Main sponsor of the activities:
Estrella Damm
Blue colored sequence, un paisaje sonoro-visual

Programme

SATURDAY 21 MAY 2016. At 8 pm and 10 pm, duration: 15 minutes minuts
Venue: Museum galleries

This activity is included in the Night of the Museums' programme.

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