Stripped is an exploration of our obsession with temptation and sexuality, through the fertile ground of our imagination.
What happens when a female gaze aims to strip these intentional images of their most potent powers? Le Goff explores this notion by selecting images of nude women found in various print media, from fashion advertising to magazines, and then removes either content or environment. Do these images still hold the same sexual powers or are the audience forced to interpret their context in a new light?
My name is May Lin Le Goff and I’m a New York based Singaporean artist.