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 The theory of a connection between not enough sleep and more inventiveness I got from Tony Wright. He holds the world record in sleep deprivation - 266 hours. ​ The theory of a connection between not enough sleep and more inventiveness I got from Tony Wright. He holds the world record in sleep deprivation - 266 hours. ​
 He did not do it for the world record, but to proof his theory “that sleep deprivation decreases the dominance of the left brain and allows more right brain creativity.” He did not do it for the world record, but to proof his theory “that sleep deprivation decreases the dominance of the left brain and allows more right brain creativity.”
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 **Tamara Wilhelm** lives in Vienna, she works as a musician, sound engineer and cultural worker. One of her main interests is DIY electronics,​ she builds simple oscillators whose sparse sounds she uses in musical collaborations,​ sound installations and compositions. Besides numerous encounters in improvising contexts she plays in several formations, their focuses reach from noise and abstract music, imaginary soundscapes and instant songs to multimedia performance. Since 2001 she furthermore engages in experimental instrument building and vegetable-adequate composition with The Vegetable Orchestra. She is active in organisations like IMA, Institute for Media Archeology and velak, a platform for electroacoustic music. http://​wilhelm.klingt.org **Tamara Wilhelm** lives in Vienna, she works as a musician, sound engineer and cultural worker. One of her main interests is DIY electronics,​ she builds simple oscillators whose sparse sounds she uses in musical collaborations,​ sound installations and compositions. Besides numerous encounters in improvising contexts she plays in several formations, their focuses reach from noise and abstract music, imaginary soundscapes and instant songs to multimedia performance. Since 2001 she furthermore engages in experimental instrument building and vegetable-adequate composition with The Vegetable Orchestra. She is active in organisations like IMA, Institute for Media Archeology and velak, a platform for electroacoustic music. http://​wilhelm.klingt.org