Thrown and lost is a conceptual photo series thematizing the feeling of being lost, the sensation of disorientation, and the question of existence. Inspired by the theory of philosopher Martin Heidegger, the editorial shoot in cooperation with design students of AMD Berlin explores the principle of thrownness. Fashion is thereby staged in the context of existential entitlement defined as a means of transforming a foreign-determined identity into one's own.
"Thrown and lost" experiments with fashion as a social and identity-forming element, as a system of communication, as self-discovery. The deliberately open scope of interpretation is intended to present the viewer with his own existential questions: Why am I here, why now, why in this world?
Photograpgy: Maximilian Glas
Model: Phillip Olshausen
Production and Styling: Sarah Luisa Kuhlewind
Assistance: Julius Binder
Designs: Michelle Bohnes, Nicole Pieper