Natasha Caruana took clandestine photos of the married men she went on dates with. Now, she is displaying them for the public to see. To keep their identities secret, she avoided photographing their faces.
The questions of ethics, morality, broken trust and betrayal inevitably crop up here. Even though the faces are not shown in the photographs, there should be enough details to recognize a person, especially by someone very close to that person, say a wife. I have always been mystified (and angered) by TV journalistic shows that presumably hide a witness’ face, blackened it and/or disguised the voice to protect his or her identity. If I am close to that person (say, we work in the same office), I should be able to easily tell who it is. Mannerisms, silhouettes, speaking style, all serve as telling clues.
What do you think? Does the fact that these men were cheating give an artist the right to publicly display photos of them? What happens when a subject on a photo is recognized? Is it only one life affected? Two? A whole family?