An ongoing research on behaviours and modes of existence that characterise public space.

This growing series focuses on emerging phenomenons brought about by factors such as economic and political policies, technology, urban migration, ageing populations and their direct effects on how one negotiates with the built environment.

With unaware people serving as protagonists, the images apply repetition and temporal compression to ordinary experiences and situations that evade registration due to their over-exposure.

The question lies in the value of defamiliarisation as a design tool, and how such an approach might enhance perception of the familiar and make abstract design concepts more readily comprehensible.

Orderly Conduct publications (Ed. 500) available

C-Type prints