Johannes Hugo Stoll, (b. 1986) in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, studied art at different schools in Mainz, Leipzig, Warsaw, Seoul and in Stuttgart, from where he graduated in 2017 with a participatory work about takeaway culture. He created a loose network of people carrying around keychains with photos of food transport boxes. In his artistic practice he turns daily observations and situations into material objects. His starting point of creating objects is the human body, which he uses to oscillate between inside and outside, referring to the production of the self. He takes things in his hands, forming their material qualities in order to emphasize the performative side of our everyday relations.