When we think of beds, we usually think of them as neatly made, waiting to be used. Noah Kalina wanted to undo that, to pull back the covers and sculpt a monumental shape out of the fabric where our bodies would be, and where our bodies have been, as both a still-life (of the materials of sleep) and a portrait (of someone's presence).
Anticipated release December 2019
Photographs by Noah Kalina
Essay by Zach Vitale
Hardcover, 7.625 x 10.25 inches
Edition of 500
Trade Edition: $50.00
About Noah Kalina
Noah Kalina is a photographer and filmmaker. His client list includes Google, Gucci, and Disney, and his photographs have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Wired, and Le Monde. His two-decade project, Everyday, was parodied on “The Simpsons." He lives in upstate New York with a rooster named Marcel. In his free time, he makes bedmounds.