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The images are pixelated and full of glitches and bright colors, perfectly capturing the ephemeral experience of online video streaming.Such performances usually, but not always, are sexual in nature.From stripping to balloon-popping, there is a niche for every fetish.They're all fiercely protective of their personal lives, playing a role when the cam turns on.Some women scrupulously hid their professions from their loved ones, one even recounted performing as her partner made dinner.Peters was fascinated by their ability to move between fiction and reality so easily."One woman said she would pop into the kitchen to get some yogurt drink and he'd [her partner] think she was just thirsty and she would be getting something to pour on her breasts," says Peters. She'd go back into her work room and be in character again, fulfilling the fantasies of a man on the other side of the world."The photographer chose poses that mimicked 19th century western art nudes.
The colors and languid nature of the portraits have a painterly quality, offering a surreal dignity to a taboo scene.
Peters met a variety of women—a student paying for college, a former cop and a secretary.
For many of them, camming is their primary source of income.
Her pixelated images are photographs of a computer screen, and the women on them make their living offering online sexual performances.
She collaborates with these women to make art at a distance, offering a contemporary picture of a long-taboo subject. Broadly speaking, it refers to a woman who earns money performing online.
Peters feels conflicted about the reasons someone might choose such a career, but wants the photos to be a catalyst for discussions on feminism, femininity and empowerment."The female body has long been idealized, objectified and fetishized and the nude is an incredibly loaded subject matter," she says.