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A Day in Europe

about

We read about the big issues, the ethics, the politics. Every few years we get a vote in the hopes that bad things turn better and everything that's fine stays that way. But how does regulation affect our day to day lives? Can we trace our everyday conveniences and grievances back to international policy?

Snapshot

concept

Together with Laura Klompenhouwer we made a short story about her daily routine, touching on seemingly mundane events that are shaped and maintained by the European Union. A train ride, shopping at the supermarket and even sitting at your desk at work. It's about those little things that you wouldn't expect.

The bigger picture

result

Rather than addressing the far reaching arms of bureaucracy we get to imagine a world in which even the minute detail is catered to and taken care of. We view the individual through the lens of millions. What is ordinary when everything you interact with has been molded with you in mind? It makes you think twice before stepping on the train or buying a can of soup.

Contact

I've worked with big companies and small organizations, both with teams and individuals. If you've got a story to share I would love to hear it. Please get into contact by sending me an e-mail or giving me a call.


CONTACT@BORIZBAATSEN.COM
(+31) 06 4392 4786
CONTACT@BORIZBAATSEN.COM
(+31) 06 4392 4786