Well, it is known that women can do a lot a the same time or at least it is what it has been said for the past years. Not long ago, society believed that women played one role and one role only in people’s life – to please the family and make sure that everything ran smoothly and perfectly inside of the house. Patty Carroll’s homebound art photography snapshots are the epitome of domestic pressure: A high-heeled working woman tries to cook and chat on the phone but ends up amid scattered kitchen supplies with her head stuck in the oven. Today, I Lobo You is about to tell you everything about this modern art in a film.
The interior of the home is comforting, but can also camouflage individual identity, especially when the idealized decor becomes an obsession or indication of position or status…. The “constructed” images in the ongoing series are of the home turned inside out, where things are topsy-turvy and scale is variable. The decoration is out of control, and the woman of the house is lost in her own madness.says the modern artist about her photography art series.
In the latest narratives of Caroll’s photography art, “Demise,” the woman becomes the victim of domestic disasters. Her activities, obsessions, and objects are overwhelming her. Her home has become a site of the tragedy. The contemporary art scenes of her heartbreaking end are loosely inspired by several sources including the game of clue, where a murder occurs in one of five rooms of the house: Dining Room, Kitchen, Hall, Conservatory, and Library.
The modern photographer portrays women trapped in their own activities, mess, and mind. The woman is no longer in control and life is a series of mishaps and mayhem.