Dry Bed  features the performer in a dry lake bed, restlessly lying before a single-sized headboard as if waiting, in bed, alone. Her actions, alternating between listlessness, longing and reticence, present the shortcomings of female sexuality as a traditional means of livelihood or survival, while the expansive landscape and inadequately-sized headboard point to a nuanced complicity in accepting or remaining within this role.
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