Striving for order and precision in the everyday, simple daily tasks can seem endless. Although habitual nothing repeats. We drift into thoughts and day dreams, losing concentration, turning each action into a unique task.
The project depicts a series of everyday situations that I consider to be unique. By looking at some of these daily tasks we focus on the idea of uniqueness as unrepeatable. In their simplicity daily tasks will be done automatically, while thousands of other thoughts, worries or future plans cross our minds.
Though habitual and precise, tasks will be done differently. As the circles described with the hand while whipping the table will never repeat twice or the shirts in the wardrobe not folded in the same way. Although the tasks are simple, they can take time to complete. A momentary lapse in concentration makes things unique.