By taking the body as a subject, exploring nudity in its gender attributes, Randa Mirza divests it of its sexual qualities. Instead, she offers an investigation of the body that is by turns intimate, scientific and humorous about the ambiguity of sexual identity from a social and physical perspective. Androgyny, as well as the concepts of homosexual and heterosexual attraction, are examined through different photographic approaches.
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