Initially started from a curiosity into the way in which my partner and I occupied our one bedroom apartment, this body of work explores the idea of social distancing amidst today's situation. I was moved by the 3 to 6 feet rule which states that if I stand within 3 to 6 feet of someone, you may inhale some of what I exhale. The rule made me think of the space we inhabit as a bubble that is used as a measure of caution in public settings and how this thought is and can be subconsciously carried in a private domestic space. The practice of distancing as a necessity in both private and public space. The lack of exchange between people forced by the possibility of inhaling some of what I exhale.
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