terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Cameron Mackie
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terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Mandy Lyn
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Halle Hirota
terms and conditions format photography David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Harley Weir
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Victor Cantey
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / David Uzochukwu
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Cameron Phan
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Kayee Kiu
terms and conditions format photography David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Mayan Toledano
terms and conditions format photography David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Richie Shazam
terms and conditions format photography David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Michael Bailey-Gates
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Isaac Anthony
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Shelbie Dimond
terms and conditions censorship nipple exhibition David Uzochukwu Mayan Toledano Michael Bailey-Gates
Format / Erica Sterling

“Terms & Conditions” is a new photography project that celebrates the free and uncensored female form in a bid to highlight the gender disparity in social media censorship.

More specifically, the project addresses the censorship of women’s nipples, and how social media community guidelines not only conflict with values of gender equality but also inhibit artists’ creative liberties.

The exhibition comprises works by 49 artists, including Harley Weir, Michael Bailey-Gates, David Uzochukwu, Richie Shazam, and Mayan Toledano, with each image presented with the artist’s thoughts on the issue. Bailey-Gates, for example, speaks of censorship making a woman’s body pornographic and shameful rather than just a body, while Toledano talks about the censoring of bodies equaling violation.

Browse a selection of the works above, the head over to Format for more.

Senior Staff Writer
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