Mysterious, mystical-looking pictures take the viewer into magical fantasy worlds. This extraordinary production was created as a commissioned work for the complete bath series Acanto by Keramag / Geberit. People, not products are the focus. With grainy black-and-white shots, Andreas Neumann sets an antipol to the perfection of digital images. For the short film, he relies on the elaborate process with pinhole cameras, with which the development of photography once began.
Andreas Neumann was born in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany in 1981 and lives and works in Mannheim where he studied communication design with a focus on photography and film. His ardor is carrying the craft of analog photography in an experimental way, inspired by the early photography of the 19th century.