Taylor Holland’s ‘Public Sleeping’ photo series is entirely comedic. His capture of obscure siestas taken in broad daylight on windowsills, park benches and local markets evoke laughter, displaying just how desperate tired individuals can get no matter their locale.
Holland maintains his projects investigative merit. The collection aims to explore the eccentric relationship between slumber and public spaces, and while one would likely write this connection off as nonexistent, he has herein proved that the two do in fact correlate on a daily basis.
The need to curl up in the presence of others can be essential when traveling or when running around on a busy day, and Holland’s work proves that this very need occurs more often than not.
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