BOUNDARY CONDITION (2021)
Places are where we have experiences. A place usually has a boundary, which distinguishes the inside from the outside. But what if in and out are not that distinct?
As a non-British resident of the UK, I am very aware of boundaries in public space because they represent the limits of my experience of an unknown environment. One strange consequence is that I am conscious of them, even from the privacy of my home. The public somehow manages to enter the private. In this series, I consider this ambivalence.
(Read my longer essay.)