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Would you place trust in a stranger when speech and visual recognition are unavailable?
Body language is a fundamentally powerful way of communicating, but is overlooked in our daily interactions; buried beneath a veil of linguistics and facial expressions. A higher level of trust is needed when those typical means of communication are stripped away. The shell of the installation prompts a forced reflection on the user, seemingly disappearing into the surrounding environment. The reverse is true on the inside where a two-way barrier between strangers employs touch and body language as the main form of communication. Entrances on opposing sides enforce anonymity of the interaction and encourages a user to communicate with a stranger.