Letting go of people and places you call home is hard, but it becomes easier for me when I photograph them. When I knew that my flat-sharing community would soon come to an end, I set out in my immediate surroundings in search of traces of our everyday life together.
My eye fell on banalities, peculiar compositions and special interactions. This created a sudden curiosity in me that intensified the emotionality of what I saw.
The asymmetrical photo book/leporello hybrid form is intended to mutually reinforce the effect of the moments and create a space of associations and memories. The fragmentary-subjective impressions, which intertwine in their form of presentation, show sometimes intimate, sometimes more distanced, sometimes clearer and sometimes more abstract ideas of domestic and at the same time emotional community.
This series was created in context of a workshop by Lichtblick School.