Photographer Patty Carroll has been known for her use of highly intense, saturated color photographs since the 1970’s. Her ongoing project, “Anonymous Women,” consists of a 4-part series of studio installations made for the camera, addressing women and their complicated relationships with domesticity.
By camouflaging the figure in drapery and/or domestic objects, the photographer’s creates a dark and humorous game of hide-and-seek between her viewers and the Anonymous Woman. Comprised of highly stylized scenes featuring a faceless mannequin attempting—and failing to complete—a range of duties.
The photographs are published as a monograph, Anonymous Women, officially released the first 3 series in January, 2017 by Daylight Books.