When looking at the memories I collected in different media, I came to love the blurry nostalgia of pinhole pictures. The camera I use is made of cardboard, tape and a bit of tin from a drinks can. Making pinhole pictures turned out to be an exciting way of having a blog without needing to write much, and maintaining the blog kept me going through several frustrating losses of film.
ABOUT CLEMENS SCHMID:
After dropping out of my philosophy studies at university, I wanted to travel until I would get sick of it. What followed were three years of hitchhiking, dumpster diving, squatting, camping, intense friendships and lots of learning and experimenting. Philosophy nevertheless remained my biggest passion, permeating the things I do and weaving them into a constant dialogue with each other.