Travelling is the act of going from one place to another. The daily commute doesn’t generally count as travel. But if your daily commute reaches a considerable distance you probably could count it as travel. According to a scientific study of the UK’s Office of National Statistics, commuters are less satisfied with life, have a lower sense that their daily activities are worthwhile, are less happy and have higher anxiety than those who don't commute. While traveling or commuting, people reside in an anonymous world of strangers. The necessity to move within this confined space changes people’s "normal" behaviour.


For two years I have been „travelling“ to work Monday to Friday, spending half of the day on the train and at train stations. I tried to capture these often very surrealistic, candid moments of people on the way to their final destinations.

PS: For the documentation I used the in built camera of the Iphone 4 and 5

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