Codes of Conduct (Experience)
Codes of Conduct is a project based on observational and ethnographic accounts, with the intention to investigate the relationship between objects, environment, and human behavior. The purpose is to question if objects and environment have any effect on our everyday conduct. 

Apart from having photographs and a publication to explain Codes of Conduct, an experiential space was designed. Without instructions, visitors understand how they have to appropriate the environment.
 
On the left, they will see that they have to look inside the box in front of them. As they bend and look into it, they see their own behaviour with the words that says "objects elicits automatic behaviour". Once again, without words visitors understand that the box was designed for them to interact in this specific way.
 
Through the peep hole (in the middle), the visitor will now observe the Observer as Phenomenon no. XIII which was not included in the book. The last booth contains the main publication, and the space was designed to allow visitors to figure out how they should read the book in such confined space. When other visitors are behind the table, they will now become the observer — looking at how the other visitors interact with the space.
 

Booths:
200cm x 85cm x 1.5cm
Painted Compressed Wood

Box:
22cm x 22cm x 30cm
5cm Diameter Cut-out (peep-holes)
Painted Compress Wood

Middle Panel:
200cm x 45cm x 1cm
3cm Diameter Cut-out (peep-hole)
Painted Compress Wood

 
A video sample of the designed space.
Before entering the dark room.
Left booth, middle panel (peep-hole), right booth, table top.
Live view from video camera feed via iPad Mini. Both devices were connected on a private network.
Projection of Phenomenon No. XIII: The Observer
A video sample of how the projector can be accessed from the outside.
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