Upcycling at its best. Two dusty and expired reels of 35mm film have been treated with bathroom cleaners and perfume to develop almost molecular looking forms and structures. The material has been scanned image by image and rearranged into a mystical rhythm. For this it uses the principle of film (frames per second) to deconstruct it into faltering, rattling images of a different kind. It takes us on a ride to the film-body itself.
Has been working as an independent and experimental filmmaker and photographer for years now. He is co-founder of the Peter Huegl and the Zeegotoh collective in Germany and is working on several cultural projects such as Film&Food in Berlin or bildbasierte Bildung (image education) in Germany and France.