Inappropriate Things in Inapprorpiate Places
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I was once told that something I had done was "inappropriate" and I immediately fell in love with that term. It is so loaded with the preconceptions and prejudices of the person who uses is that it gives a great insight into their character and values. The term is almost always used as a form of condemnation. And yet, the item or action may not be worthy of condemnation in itself - it's all about context. So this made me think - do we constantly contextualize things in order to cope or do we contextualize in order to understand. By contextualizing things and events, does it gives us a better understanding of where they fit in our lives and how we interact with them?

In this project, I chose to take an utterly commonplace and familiar item (though maybe charged and full of taboos in its own right) and place it among other ordinary things in an ordinary setting - but an inappropriate setting all the same. The results are at once jarring and funny. Confusing and surprising. Is that what "inappropriate" means? 
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