We take for granted the little things we do in a plain sight, the slight gestures and expressions we make, the way we act when we think we are not being observed. These actions can become fascinating to watch. Public spaces can be confining in their behavioural limitations, even the knowledge that you can be viewed by others can restrict how you act in a public space.
Only when the gaze is upon someone else do we become free, more willing to let down our guard. This moment is pure, empty of inhibition. It is only when we are surrounded by people that we feel truly unexposed. Only then are we able to express ourselves where no one can watch.