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Patty Carroll drapes women in fabric for photo series

Anonymous Women: Draped is a new photography series from Patty Carroll that sees figures of women shrouded in fabrics, rugs, curtains, and more. All the women in this series are invisible, which is ‘meant to convey the idea that as we perfect the space of our home, it can fuse with our identity.’

Carroll explains her motivation behind this exhibit: ‘I am addressing the double edge of domesticity; the home as a place of comfort, or conversely, a place where decoration camouflages one’s individuality to the point of claustrophobia. The draperies in these photographs act as both a visual cue as well as a literal interpretation of over-identification/obsession!’

Via Beautiful Decay


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