Perhaps because they're not as common as monogamous relationships, adults in open relationships often face questions about the sometimes complicated arrangements such a choice necessitates. In an effort to portray some of the daily realities of non-monogamous life, photographer Keren Moscovitch has created a series, "Me Into You," which she calls a "depiction of love, intimacy and sexuality as contextualized within an open relationship."
The images are at times explicit, at times fragmentary, but all are undeniably intimate. Sometimes the subjects of the photos are distinguishable, sometimes not, an artistic choice that serves to blur the lines from one scene to the next, creating a fluid alternate universe where it's unclear when one person ends and another begins.
Moscovitch said all of the individuals in her photos were aware of the project, and the level of intimacy was determined by each person's comfort level.
"I am really grateful for the openness and vulnerability of my friends and lovers," she told PolicyMic. "It's a real gift. It's not easy to surrender like that and have your image seen by the world in a way that you can't control. Also, lives change, circumstances shift, and it can be uncomfortable to be confronted by the past."