Thesis:  Public restrooms, public elevators, and public changing rooms are places usually associated with a type of privacy. By observing human interactions in the current technological world, there has been and will continue to be a significant change in privacy, and what that definition means. The relationship between private and public moments is a line that is becoming blurred by technology’s isolating and socializing paradox. We are living in an era dominated by smartphones and their pitfalls- the constant distraction from one’s immediate surrounding and the people within them. With the constant presence of technology, people become blind to their surroundings and become rather self-obsessed with their own digital presence in this media age. The interactions in these spaces will continue to be prevalent, and individual privacy will continue to become sparse.

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