"I am in your space №9"
There are places where the reasonable expectation of personal space which your average American accepts, shrinks drastically.
Elevators are obvious places. But, what about wide open spaces?
How close can one approach a photographic subject, while they remain unaware and are simply carrying through with their habits?
We have expectations of privacy that are varied and staggered, but one thing that's absolute is that there are more photographic devices in the world than ever before.
Instead of studying a character from afar, for example with a telephoto lens, as if they are wildlife, what intimacy can you capture at a range normally not accepted, or even expected?
I am in your space.