A photograph of a photocopy imposed on a wall in Brussels Schaerbeek. The photocopies were first stitched together and then sellotaped strategically to the wall (which displayed a treatise on the politics of sex; the remnant of the previous exhibition). Here we see photocopies employed as imps of legend, there to obfuscate, upturn or confuse. No answer need be given. Image sources, Czech communist-era toys made out of waste industrial material, photographs of sleeping Soviet children (always sleep on the right side), Polish film posters, extant Estonian cats, and the Photocopier’s own imagination. Part of the opening – and ending – of the inaugural Sleeplife residency (KAK Brussels, December 8-12, 2019, CE).