Incredible Indifference of Strangers VII
Michael St.Mark 2016
Latest in the long-running series exploring the intriguing variety of social masks worn by the individual during the course of an average day of interaction with others.
( family mask, friends’ mask ( a variety ), the at-work mask, the etc.. )
It could be argued that public transport and supermarkets are examples of places where we are in our raw element, vacant, in an impersonal indifferent space devoid of imposition or artificiality.