Despite that the (female) body is naturally wet, stinky, sticky and so forth, banish discourses regularly those aspects. For instance, basic bodily functions like menstruation are stigmatised and subsequently concealed from public view. Likewise, people who do not conform to conventions and openly show themselves naturally are confronted and shamed. In summary, the human body is socially `dried out' via hegemonial ideas of morality. The photographs attempt to retell this dichotomous story, by juxtaposing a close, direct glance at wet, naked flesh with the title 'Dry'.