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velvetpetra | Tammy Rae Carland: Lesbian Beds
Carland’s series of large format photographs, Lesbian Beds, depicts bed sheets recently vacated. Shot from directly above, the images offer lavish views of private spaces. Seizing onto viewers’ voyeuristic impulses, Carland invites them to look, but denies them the opportunity to study the figures to whom the sheets belong, turning rumpled covers into anthropomorphic stand-ins. By withholding a direct view of the subjects themselves, Carland creates portraits that enable empathic projection but elude fixity.