RDP Index


By putting this poster into a public context, from a research method it evolved into a kind of social
phenomenon. The key point is not the mint itself, but the mint as a medium to start a conversation - it can be replaced by anything that can start or continue a conversation, for example a comment about the weather, asking for directions, asking for a light…those are like the mint between us.

It makes me curious about how and where could someone start a dialogue. This kind of mint socialising can take place anywhere, so I madea poster and left it in random places. This poster is like an abstract tool to initiate dialogue.

Jingye Yao