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American artist Spencer Tunick is best known for bringing hundreds -- and sometimes thousands -- of participants together to pose for striking mass nude photographs. Previous installations have seen him transform sites like the Sydney Opera House into seas of exposed bodies, all in the name of art. But with Covid sending him into lockdown in New York, Tunick has had to find a new medium for his work: video conferences. The artist and photographer's new project "Stay Apart Together" sees him asking groups of face mask-wearing participants to strip down and assume coordinated poses before he captures them in single collage-style screenshots. Tunick photographed nude participants in front of the Sydney Opera House in