The picket fence - a ubiquitous marker of property. The territory inside this boundary is marked as one’s own, and what’s outside, belongs to you and me.
Today, however, these boundaries are being blurred. The invisible fence has been creeping into the public realm, creating a new type of Privately Owned Public Space in our cities. While this is not noticeable to the majority of people walking by, the most vulnerable members of our society quickly have to live with the consequences, as a result of different rules to those in truly public land.
If I bring visual metaphors of the private sphere into the public realm through a series of performative acts, how will people react?