Perfect Body

 

The society today seems to promote an ideal notion of how one’s body should look. Models in magazines are constantly concealed in make up, Photoshop ‘beautifying’ the face to no end, hiding every blemish. Blemishes that we all carry. Facial hair, pores, acne. Naturally occurring blemishes that are merely a sign of our changing bodies. Something that isn’t an ugly happening is somehow portrayed to be ugly. We’re made to think acne is disgusting, that body hair has to be gotten rid of and pores need to be concealed. Yet we all have them. This series is a reminder that a perfect body does not mean a body without marks. And marks need not mean flaws. Everything about our body is a natural occurrence that does not need to be hidden. There is no better perfect body than the one you are sitting in.