Naked Art Consumption Found Theoretically Liberating

museum of contemporary art Naked Art Consumption Found Theoretically Liberating

The Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, where the naked tours are held. (Courtesy museum)

A recent NPR blog post used those naked museum tours in Australia (mentioned in The New York Times a few weeks ago) as a jumping off point to discuss what may be liberating about visiting a museum while nude.

This is all theoretical of course, but our author posits that if clothing is a societal construct, clothing-less art viewing must be thus somewhat less socially constructed.

Read more at NPR.

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