A body belongs to the person who resides within it.
However, when that body is placed in the public arena, it's ownership can become destabilized.
The gaze of most if not all viewers, consciously or not, fetishizes and objectifies.
False claims can be laid to the body of another, either through this process, or by the
machinations of more malignant individuals.
Touch With Your Eyes attempts to visualize this fetishization; objectification and loss of clarity
surrounding the photographed individual's ownership of their body. It also examines the role of the
viewer, and the means in which they either passively or actively consume the image.