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“Don’t Look” is a documentary project targeted to bring about the subject of distaste in a natural phenomenon.
In a media crazed world, smooth and flawless skin are dictated as the ideal standard of beauty, nothing short of naming it an obsession. Portrayal of false images of poreless, scarless, bumpless skin on faces and bodies are normalized widely, and along comes with the social conditioning of what should be deemed as perfection. Such conditioning have led people to live in unnerving discomfort and altered perspective within their own skin in their natural state.
The artist aims to shine light on normalcy and to encourage viewers to embark on a rediscovery of raw beauty.
This series of 8 photographs, taken in natural lighting, depicts normal skin in its unaltered state and documents the intimacy of learning to embrace it.
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