Parasomnia is the third monograph of award winning Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen. The photographs are shot throughout West and East Africa and explore the theme of Parasomnia, the sleep disorder in which a person has strange dreams, behaviours and movements. The book opens with a short story from Moses Isegawa and from there Sassen's photographs aim to confuse and thrill you. The photographs remain somewhere between realism and surrealism. She employs colour and bold compositions to startling effect.