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Boy on textures” is shot by Manuel Vilar featuring Tino Tokman in an exclusive art series for FGUK Magazine shot in Rosario, Argentina.

This series takes the perversion according to Freud and Lacan, distorting it. Objects are presented as sexual acts sublimated in images. A phrase is taken as the basis of inspiration:

It’s not about embarrassment at the exercise of his enjoyment of looking, but about a narcissistic wound from being caught in the posture of not see.” The observer is positioned as neurotic (feeling uncomfortable) Or as perverse (enjoying the discomfort). It is important to highlight the sublimations presented in the images, with symbols addressed to homosexuality, as Freud and Lacan considered the latter a perversion.

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