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Little Ick.

A student describes the images in Bowdoin College’s yearly Naked Art Show.

Students produce works of art in which they and/or their fellow students appear naked.

They are the bodies of college students invested in the future, determined to shatter the social coordinates of the privileged class’ modes of distinction in a highly choreographed way.

Margaret Soltan, May 2, 2009 4:57PM
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2 Responses to “Little Ick.”

  1. Eric the Read Says:

    What if they just transformed the social coordinates into Cartesian space? Or maybe I’m misreading them; maybe they’re matching social prints with social pastels in that stye that’s oh so fashionable this spring.

  2. Michael Tinkler Says:

    I’m endlessly trying to understand how students at places like Bowdoin count as something other than members of at least one privileged class.

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