Sleeper’s work draws a line between relationships. They make work to digest and externalize their experiences, in hopes to connect with others and share an understanding collectively. Their work examines the way we remember, and calls on collective consciousness to begin a dialogue about the false realities we create to cope with social constraints. These experiences, sometimes masked, layered, stitched or intangible, inform who we are as individuals, but also have the ability to unify through performance and art. Sleeper uses pattern and light to create spaces that envelope their audiences. Dark themes are shifted and translated through multimedia experimental entertainment platforms. Informed by the traditional practices of resist fixity or Butoh, along with more contemporary and experimental forms of movement, sleeper’s work exist in a world between tension and surrender. His collaborations with production companies and major festivals has enabled his artwork and performances to reach large audiences in multiple genres.