The student-fee-funded Expressions printed six full-page photos, some of full-frontal nudity, as part of its Dec. 6 issue of stories, essays artwork and poems exploring the theme “Hidden in Plain Sight.”
The photos depict a man and a woman showing what the photographer describes as an unattractive “mark” that’s “representative of those things people keep hidden every day.”
“The goal of this project was to expose the societal fear of vulnerability hiding in plain sight,” an explanation accompanying the photos reads. “People in American society cover their natural appearance with clothes, accessories and make-up. By removing those items, complete and natural beauty remains.”
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