6500 people live in Sinnersdorf, there is a supermarket and two little bars. Busses go only til 10pm and without a bike, especially young people, are screwed.
In this project I basically wanted to show the place I lived in for many years in a mostly neutral way.
It is not really personal, yet it is, as I know most of the people I took portraits of and connect memories to the places shown on the pictures.
In the end it turned out to be a portrait of my hometown that taught me so much in the past but at the same time it is a distant view on it's sadness and weirdness as well. For someone that looks at the pictures it might seem like a typical German village, for me, personally, Sinnersdorf shows comfort, is convenience and slimplicism at once.