It’s more than that. In beginning this project, I titled it Sleepers. I included, as one might guess, people sleeping, with the occasional photograph of bedding. And then I rethought it. I wanted raw. I wanted to somehow portray a kind of body-sized print. Almost like a fingerprint. When waking up, there is never a thought of, “In what pattern did my sheets end up?” There is something about the gentle cleanliness of sheets. Something about the fact that the light always catches beautifully. You fall asleep in silence, and awaken often when it’s quiet.
There is movement, yet stillness. It’s comfortable.