Framing social distance

Different understandings of what it means make it more important to define it – or at least find ways to share our needs around it

Drawing of people wearing social distance security frames

Text and drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

Drawing a man in the center of a protective, stay away marked portable frame. Isololation psychology illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt
Keeping a distance solutions

Keywords: covid19, corona virus, pandemic, fear, distance, communication, personal space, psychology, museum of psychology

About Museum of Psychology – Visualizing psychology
We understand reality at least through a combination of impressions, metaphors, images, stories and experiences. But also through our dreams, understandings, feelings, music, walk of life, directions, expectations, relations… and much more.

Much of this have in common that we can somehow sketch up maps and drawings of these places, trails and situations. Here on Museum of Psychology I (Frits Ahlefeldt) am drawing up a slowly growing map of our many landscapes of understanding.

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