Each bed holds much of the energy of the being that sleeps in it. Many people are born in beds, die in beds, and in between birth and death, relax, work, dream, become inspired, fall ill, recover, have sex and grow in their bed. I see a bed as an identifying element to a person.
Beds relate to sleep, which is one of the most vulnerable situations someone can be in while alive. For me, sleep is a very personal activity. It’s a time for me to be with myself and explore my own mind. When I wake up I am in a very natural and personal space of myself.
BED is an exploration of natural identity.