Make Out Session is a video that involves friends and strangers from the street, and was inspired by the adolescent gesture of 'fake-making-out", which is enacted when one wraps themselves in their own embrace, and gives the illusion that they are making out with someone else. I was intrigued by the potential relationship that this gesture had to art - the act of 'loving one's self', of creating an illusion, and of a humorous narcissism. I am interested in the ways that games from childhood are used to teach social coding, or to explore intimacy or social ritual.

All Images © Micol Hebron, 2016