On Sight Unseen

Proprioception #2. With Sheela NaGig.

Proprioception #2. With Sheela NaGig.

shindaddy:

Photog: JT Young

Model: Sheela NaGig

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Proprioception #1. With Sheela Nagig.

[O]ur ability to detect the movement and location of our body parts contribute strongly to our sense of body ownership, or the knowledge that our body belongs to us and not someone else
— J. Bennington-Castro

What happens when you take our normal senses? Do we continue to flow and contort in shapes that are still distinctly us? Or maybe by taking away our sight, we stop comparing ourselves to everything around us and become free to be who we really are.

Proprioception #1. With Sheela Nagig.

[O]ur ability to detect the movement and location of our body parts contribute strongly to our sense of body ownership, or the knowledge that our body belongs to us and not someone else

— J. Bennington-Castro

What happens when you take our normal senses? Do we continue to flow and contort in shapes that are still distinctly us? Or maybe by taking away our sight, we stop comparing ourselves to everything around us and become free to be who we really are.

dregyn:

a teaser from jtyoung and my midnight shoot.  trying out new camera and different low light scenarios.

dregyn:

a teaser from jtyoung and my midnight shoot.  trying out new camera and different low light scenarios.

Ascension. With Sheela NaGig.
The summer productivity is fading away along with warmth and sunshine. I can feel the inevitability of winter. And pause.

Ascension. With Sheela NaGig.

The summer productivity is fading away along with warmth and sunshine. I can feel the inevitability of winter. And pause.