gary duehr

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How is a bed like a landscape?

The shifting pattern of sheets and pillows can be seen as a cloudy sky, and the stray clothes as mountainous features.

Like Alfred Stieglitz' images of skies in "Equivalents," these photographs of a bed, taken every morning, record a kind of emotional barometer—twisted, bared, nestled, smooth—of the state of a relationship.

Pigment prints on paper, 22 " x 17 "