Candidly using just a phone's fish-eye lens, I document the captivating world of public-private spaces through the interior scenes of cars. I find myself fascinated by how a car, often perceived as an extension of its owner's private space, bares the marks of the owner's life while residing in the public domain of the streets. Each car becomes a little fishbowl of another person's life, leaving traces of their individuality and experiences.
In keeping the view constant, I highlight only the front interior of select vehicles, inviting viewers to examine for themselves these private spaces embedded within the public sphere.
Whether it's within the confines of a car, the comfort of one's home, or the virtual realm of social media, what we perceive as our private sanctuaries may, in reality, be on open display to the world.