A site-specific material and spatial interrogation of Dakota Crescent , Objects in the Mirror explores the estate outside of the nostalgic, national narrative that surrounds it, and imagines icons of the estates as entities in conversations with each other. Of the numerous usages of a convex mirror, its most common employment is in the passenger-side mirror of a car where it provides an essential field of view for any motorist on the road. Reflecting more in a small space, a driver can minimize blind corners and pick up better live feedback to visual activity happening on the other side, captured within its compressed reflection at any given second. However, the perception of distance becomes slightly altered: objects in these mirrors become smaller, and therefore appear to be of a greater distance from the car. In many ways, the Dakota Crescent estate in Singapore has been reflected within a similar convexity in recent times: since the announcement of its demolition slated in , the entire neighbourhood has been the loci for pop culture producers, academics, heritage enthusiasts and photographers. In the provision of a macro perspective, we all have met with projections of Dakota Crescent.
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It's easy to see that images in the passenger side-view mirror are smaller than they are in reality. All you need to do is check the mirror and then glance over your right shoulder. And this is why they seem farther away — we judge distance by the relative size of objects.
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The phrase " objects in the mirror are closer than they appear " is a safety warning that is required [a] to be engraved on passenger side mirrors of motor vehicles in many places including United States , Canada , Nepal , India , and Saudi Arabia. It is present because while these mirrors' convexity gives them a useful field of view , it also makes objects appear smaller. Since smaller-appearing objects seem farther away than they actually are, a driver might make a maneuver such as a lane change assuming an adjacent vehicle is a safe distance behind, when in fact it is quite a bit closer. Despite its origin as a utilitarian safety warning, the phrase has become a well known catch phrase that has been used for many other purposes. These include books,  films including non-English ones , [b] cartoons, [c] songs, [d] music albums, [e] and other contexts.
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