CRITICS’ PICK: Leah Poller: #BED (The Boston Globe, 10/03/13)

LEAH POLLER | #BED

There are no people in Poller’s small sculptures of beds, but the implications are clear.

Sleep, lust, intimacy, privacy, illness, death, and more.

She begins with words associated with bed and turns them into lyrical and funny visual metaphors.

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