„Bunker" allows a view into the day-to-day, strictly structured
life of a family living in a voluntary chosen isolation. It only seems possible to keep control by completely
regulated conduct and utmost hygiene.
The family has put up secure barricades against the outside world, hoarded food and
drinks and tries to live as independently as possible. The scenery of a twelve-minutes film
reflects the wish for autonomy and self-determination and, at the same time, shows the
problems of social isolation.
In a time increasingly dominated by individualisation instead of social interaction, in which
watchwords such as self-fulfilment and self-optimisation are already found in the
Kindergarten, this intervention aims to disturb, shake up and provoke. The project explores
the tendency towards delimitation, cutting off the outside world, the attempt to exist fully
autonomously and the absurd thought that everyone is responsible for their fate entirely on