What is more ordinary and characteristic of the office life than a photocopier? Everyone uses it mechanically from pressing the start button to checking the result, always repeating the same gestures. Yet behind the uniformity, stand individuals. It’s a solitary task. One goes to the photocopier, engulfed in one’s thoughts or focused on what needs doing. Sometimes a little break is granted or a colleague is met on the way.
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