Rebecca Lee

Every Night I Have The Same Dream
The photographs in Every Night I Have the Same Dream question the reality of internal consciousness and physical space of the home. Through a layered cycle of entrapment in physical and psychological space, attempt at growth, and questioning what it means to be a woman, the photographs show repetitive movements of a young woman’s body stretching, bending, and reaching in and around her home. The themes within this work function as a cycle, enhancing the ambiguity and uncertainty in the isolated space.