In the series “Plastically Correct” I use transparent plastic panels near the naked models. Using plastic shows us that, on behalf of politically correct principles, nudity is very often rejected or censored. The irony in using plastic lies in its transparency. While it is supposed to hide naked bodies and sexes, plastic here functions as a revelation. Its bright and intense reflections hide just as much as they catch the eye. “Plastically Correct” denounces, in an aesthetic way, this uneasiness towards our own nature.