A celebration of the rhythms in our ordinary lives.
A train journey can be a personal piece of theatre in which everyone takes part. Reflective, happy or sad. Leaving children, lovers, worries or childhood behind, we can glimpse other children playing and journeys being made. Our street could be there. We have been there on the platform; in the way this video has been made - shuttered into anonymity by the forms of others in the foreground.
Composer Erik Satie described himself as "Je suis phonomètre avant d'être musicien" : not a musician, but one who measures sounds.
The textures in the trackside furniture make unique sound from the patterns of light and dark using a tiny slit to sample the view rushing past. They are interwoven with Saties' serene and unusual composition Gnossienne No 5.