Capture/ Rapture / Play
cap·ture (kpchr) tr.v. cap·tured, cap·tur·ing, cap·tures
To take captive, as by force or craft; seize.
To succeed in preserving in lasting form: capture a likeness in a painting.
rap·ture (rpchr) n.
The state of being transported by a lofty emotion; ecstasy. An expression of ecstatic feeling. Often used in the plural.
play (pl) v. played, play·ing, plays v.intr
To perform or act (a role or part) in a dramatic performance.
To assume the role of; act as
The photos are made by screen captures via skype (the model – 4 men, 4 women) and porn movies captures.
Rationales: what relation do we have with nude bodies in/and digital world?
2 stances of the eroticism that are all orbiting – differently - around the same core point: love and sexuality.
the sexuality as any regular product in a consumerism (body must perfom, body must be seen) society versus sexuality as an intimate act of love (body is hidden).