One may think that I’ve used so much graphic design because I wanted my images to be pretty. I didn't. I used it because those in the film are images of mind, fragments of a thought. I wanted to avoid the impression of being there, which is the impression of photography, since photography itself is the proof of having been in a place. Habitat is about reflecting, thinking about the place I live, it's about trying to find a position in it – a place in the place.