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The Boo Saville Self Portrait Series is Obscurely Personal

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jan 26, 2013 • References: boosaville and devidsketchbook
All the blurriness and shadowy effects of the Boo Saville Self Portrait photography series forces the viewer to take a step back in order to get a sense of what is happening in each image.

Completely nude, except for a few potential wisps of sheer material, the artist seems to be exposing herself to the world through this collection of artistic, motion-inspired images. However, no defining facial features or private body parts are actually identifiable in this series as the artist is still withholding a part of herself, not letting viewers get too close.

The shadowy figures and soft, fading lines of the Boo Saville Self Portrait photography series creates a sense of delicacy, with the artist being swayed by a breeze.