For fifteen years San Francisco photographer Beth Yarnelle Edwards has been making photographs which tell of her fascination with how we behave in our homes, of the ways we interact with our possessions and each other. Her large-scale color photographs are carefully staged re-creations of real domestic scenarios, posed by ordinary people in their own homes. The result is both truthful and artificial, a cross between a snapshot and a movie still.
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