Protection / Conservation:

– The use of barriers, physical and non-physical, active and symbolic.

– The implementation of barriers as a means of conserving vulnerable communities / fragile situations and to enable clandestine activities.


– Specific behaviours relating to the crossing and controlling of thresholds – knocking, waiting, greeting, the doorbell [announcing / warning], locking and closed doors.


– Objects and actions that define domestic space. I’m interested in Ambiguity – situations where domesticity is asserted / questioned – for example, the act of stringing up a hammock in a car park…

Politeness & courtesy:

– I’m interested in the actions [self] enforced and restricted by social codes conduct, For example, asking permission for entry, whispering,..


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