Interdisciplinary. Community. Advocacy. Humor.
Hand-fabricated copper tubing, liver of sulfur, reeds
The need for some degree of personal space is ubiquitous among human life, but as social creatures, there is also a need to be close to one another. In this sense, there is a constant implicit negotiation between individuals as they learn each other’s different personal view of what is close enough and what is too close in order to find a common ground for dialogical exchange. This piece comments on that social phenomena by reconfiguring the boundaries between the wearer and those that surround her, while simultaneously drawing in the same people that are kept at bay.
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