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Inspired by issues of censorship and surveillance, (un)dress is a library of videos that examine the repetitive act of dressing and undressing. Twenty people were asked to perform this daily ritual in front of a camera. The video was processed live during shooting, causing clothing to be the only element recorded from the scene. The result is a series of anonymous yet intimate portraits ranging from the shy to the bizarre.

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