Naked people in a theatre

January 12, 2013
Naked people in theatre, a card.

Here’s what I wonder:
What did it take to get people to pose for this?
And more to the point: why?

What is it supposed to say?

And why are they mostly white-skinned?
I get that they’re anonymous.
But, still.

Stare at it long enough and they resemble elephant behinds.

Ah, art.
6 comments on “Naked people in a theatre
  1. Anonymous says:

    I hope that wasn’t Congress waiting to get their asses kissed……..

  2. Anonymous says:

    in a horrible way it reminds me of the concentration camp photos

  3. Do you think it could mean “in the end, we are all just asses?” IDK?

  4. Ellen Dolgen says:

    So asinine! :>)

  5. Jennifer Comet Wagner says:

    It is ridiculous. I think there is way too much nudity in entertainment and I’m not a prude. However I really dislike when I see nudity in a movie and it isn’t necessary to the plot. And of course it is more often women.

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