Nudity is in the eye of the 

beholder

2016

Digital print on stainless steel, mirror finish

172x83cm

153x74cm

Nudity is a subject that we regard among the most intimate ones.

Where does it lay? When we feel that we want to protect our nudity, may it be physical or psychic, what exactly are we safeguarding? In which way society influences the perception of what we highly account as intimate?

 

When the clothes leave the body free to reveal itself, when the skin is uncovered, when we expect to be able to finally observe the subject of our glance, that’s when it becomes just a fading image through which the only clear representation is ourselves, as observers, as public, as society.

This work approaches to human beings as a reflection of society that mirrors itself into them, in a mutual endless dialogue that shapes our idea and perception of the Self.