Patty Carroll has been taking photographs since the 1970s; becoming known for her use of highly intense, saturated colour. Anonymous Women, is a four-part series of studio installations made for the camera, immersing viewers in a playful critique of home and excess. The subjects are often overwhelmed by possessions, household tasks, obsessions and décor, creating a humorous yet critical look at how women continue to strive for perfection.
From the series Anonymous Women: Domestic Demise. Courtesy of the artist.