Notes on the Familiar Stranger

Thinking Through Ambivalent Encounters in Public Spaces. Part One

Junjia Ye Max Planck Institute

Thursday evening 6.30pm at the post office in Jurong Point. Standing in line, I notice an Indian man clutching a white envelope. He is dressed in shirt and pants, a backpack on him. He looks rather confused as he looks at the different lines in the post office. It is crowded with different queues for different purposes (collecting packages, sending mail, paying bills…). 

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