Copyright Lacie Garnes 2015. All rights reserved.

“In The Bed We’ve Slept” is an examination of the symbolic and
physical territory of the bed. Working with manipulated digital video and
sound, the topography of this space is exhibited and transformed. The
folds of the sheets mutate into scientific or sexualized studies of the flesh
and body. The oscillation between recognizable imagery and the viewers’
own projected ideology and history creates a complex tension. Within
the folds of the sheets we heal, we rest, we love, and we hurt. The bed is
encoded with the weight of these life cycles. The obscure audio and rich
imagery present an immersive environment for the viewer to experience
and reflect on their relationship to this space.