Un•bod•ied (2015) explores the inner of the human soul and the way it deals with the concept of division, partition and section. The bodies appear headless, sectioned by the use of different planes. The main content of the pictures is not solely represented by the person or the object they depict, but rather the thoughts or concepts the images evoke. I guided the bodies in composition handling them as sculptural devices. Remote and mysterious, the photographs tackle some philosophical questions about the human condition and the treatment of the human body. Furthermore, I aimed also to portray and highlight the fragility of human bodies with no other protection besides their skin.