Commuter configurations

I’m working on looking at the shapes that people make with their bodies when commuting in the cramped spaces or when facing a lack of personal space. I want to look at their body language abstracted (as much as possible) from their faces or more ‘human’ features.

As a commuter I feel the process is really dehumanising so I wanted to look at people in a ‘dehumanised’ way, without their faces. But in working on this I’ve started to realise what people do with their hands, legs, feet, arms on their commutes is actually one of the most human things you see on the tube.


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