FALLING ASLEEP ON STRANGERS ON THE SUBWAY

Falling Asleep On Strangers On The Subway
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FALLING ASLEEP ON STRANGERS ON THE SUBWAY



Written by Jack Blocker
13 Thursday 13th November 2014

For an ongoing project called It Felt Like I Knew You, artist George Ferrandi pretends to nod off on the shoulder of a fellow subway rider in New York. It's an undeniably sweet performance, and it does well to expose our inherent humour and vulnerability. Personal space doesn't have to be exclusive to your surly self, so maybe let a stranger get a little closer once in a while. But as a few photos of soon-to-be-empty seats prove, not everyone's so accommodating.

If you want a more 'Burning Man on mescaline' explanation of the project, check out Ferrandi's website.

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