A short visual essay based on Pierre Bourdieu's sociological concept of Habitus. It consists of several vignettes of simple everyday practices, each performed three times by four different individuals. Shots of the same action are overlaid in a mosaic to showcase fine differences in the execution of seemingly innate sequences of movements. All the while we hear Bourdieu not answering the question of whether his concept leaves any room for individuality by escaping into generalisations. Humans are not robots and the beauty of life lies within these fine differences and "faults".
Hello. This is the world for me, as of January 2016.
Sunset, my girlfriend.
Only with a tripod, I tried to make it as simple as possible.