A composite of 3 digital photographs, taken in Berlin Hauptbarnhof in September 2016. Hauptbarnhof was built on the site of Lerhter Barnhof, the last station in West Berlin before reunification. For me, the grand displays of public investment in infrastructure and transport defines the open, democratic and shared idealism of a Europe that endures under political and social pressure. Even on a weekday, the station was thriving and buzzing with a mixture of cultures, styles and accents. By layering a multitude of images, my intention was to reflect the confusion, and anonymity that exists in large public spaces and that this place is restless, an area that people pass through as a conduit to connecting with other things, be they residents, citizens, travellers or refugees.