My approach was to take very subjective portraitures. To achieve this I attached a camera obscura to glasses, which replaced my left eye, I usually focus with. Everything I would do, every laughter, would have an influence on the result.
I was as well interested not to shoot frame after frame but to blur the boundaries between photography and film. I wound a whole film through and decided to stop for longer at certain points that seemed interesting to me.
The result reminds me of memory spaces.
The pictures shown are portraits of my flatmates: Phillipe building violins, Martha reading a book, Ivan working at his Computer.