“I can’t keep my eyes off you, even though I can’t look at myself.”
I was born in Bangkok and since I’ve remembered I always concerned about how I looked.“Am I too fat? , Will any body likes me? ,...Maybe I should be skinnier. etc.” What defines perfect body?The aspect on how perfect bodies should be is diverse.People come to realize or perceive themselves in the way that is not the same as another.
This project is about observing women’s bodies on how they look at themselves towards their own skin. A part of bodies that they wish they could change or have it in a different way. And their stories behind the skin slightly change a perspective of myself. The ideal of appearance somehow affects how I think about myself. To the stage where I have no confidence to be naked anymore.
Why do we hate the way we look and always compare ourselves with others? Eventually this body of us one day will be all disappeared.
Rumpaporn Vorasiha Age : 29 Born in Bangkok, Thailand
- Special instructor in Digital media and Cinematic school, Bangkok University
- Freelance Photographer
2011- 2012, International Centre of Photography, New York in General Study 2007-2010, Bangkok University, Major Film
2018, Unknown Asia art Exchange, Osaka Unknown Asia Extra, Osaka