This one is an interesting take on the issues of copyright, identity, representation and claiming the public space. Following is the link to photographic series that tries to point out the issues of copyrights and public spaces on the beaches of Brazil. Although a humorist take, the images discuss that no one belongs to any one in public space and should not be allowed to be objectified. It is like objecting the gaze of the people and the identity associated with oneself in public space which shouldn’t be the case. The public space is for the public to claim and feel free and belong. The objectification and representation at such places by others make the claiming of the space difficult.