Distance: Where to Position Yourself

Philip Jonlin Lee

2001, 03:45 minutes, colour, English


This work was produced specifically for a curated program with the 640 480 video collective ( This short animation pokes fun at random, unwritten social norms that people follow. By highlighting only a few behavioural actions, attention is brought to the fact that the well-being of society is dependant on the codes and laws of human interaction. The concept of personal space and how one should deal with it amongst others is also explored.

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