Considering intimacy

Considering intimacy
Print: photographic by Anna Michelle Robertson for Fall 2012 in ART4250. Silver gelatin print. Intimacy is a process that takes place over time and is always evolving. Intimacy is an important part of our persona, and whom we share intimate moments with is our prerogative. There are various types of intimacy: cognitive, intellectual, active, experiential, emotional, and sexual. Whether you are sharing your thoughts, ideas and opinions, feelings and understandings, moments in time and physical space, activities with someone, or any form of sensual expression with one another—these moments stay with us and define our present and future relationships. These images reflect different levels of intimacy between myself, as the photographer, and the individual.
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23cm x 15cm
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