The black and white figures that wait for you on the screens in the darkened room seem alive. They are old women and young women, tall and short, model perfect and people perfectly imperfect. Their images all are naked. They breathe softly while looking inward, and at the same time they are looking at you. This is genius work, a different way to see. The women, so alive in front of you, are gazing back as you gaze at them. Scott Nathan spent the last four years asking his friends, some of them models, and celebrities, to sit and be […]
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