Proxemic is the hidden dimension with observations and theories about of man’s use of space.
The term is created by Edward T.Hall, investigating organic attempts on the semiotics of space. He describes a sets of measurable distances between people and how they interrelate.
These investigations analyze the human being and how they relate in the metropolis which intently observe the individuals and their spaces as every single person is in connection to the others.
Keeping or taking a certain distance to our fellow men has a meaning, where as meaning change continuously in the different cultural models.
Analogically the proxemic is represented by a structural model showing the dynamics of the individuals and their relations in the space.

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