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Self-made traps

There are traps like cages that we create around us, where we are free to enter or leave, which we can bypass, or turn into our comfort zone. The aim of this project is to investigate both the personal space and space negotiations in the relation to others. I am interested in people’s need to create a comfort zone in various situations and settings where we need to interact and relate both to the space we are in and to other people.
A metaphor of capture and containment, the traps embody various scenarios. Therefore they are false traps, anyone is free to come in or out of them, space delimitation is fictitious, role-playings are interwoven, positions constantly revised, to the point where the captured is the capturer, the routes and directions of crossing the space are intuitively chosen.

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