The key idea behind (de)nude(d) dance is to blend the grace and strength of nude dance with the intrigue and sensuality of (un)covered female body. It may happen within the same photo or as a result of diptychs (thank you, Helmut!) and triptychs, which all have in common the contrast between “normal” dance dressing and “not so normal” dance nudity.
The covered part of the body inevitably focuses attention on the naked part and its action, and the freedom in the choice and pose of the naked part conveys the sense of captivating “unexpected”.
And when delivered in a language made of rigorous and essential shapes and framing, all this makes my strong statement against what “Fine Art Nude” is too often supposed to be - a narrow and suffocating paradigm I refuse, fighting it from within.