CaBoche

CaBoche

CaBoche | France | 2016

What’s the minimum one needs to live? A week spent in the middle of a lost forest with no electricity to remind us of a world with less attachements. A world where every and each thing takes its specific time. A step by step construction under harsh winter time. Nights spent under a roof  before mounting the walls while it snows all night long puts us still one step closer to the basics of human needs. A big bottle of wine to be able to sleep and a fire that needs to be constantly taken care of so we can heat some bricks and put them inside our sleeping bags. People come and go on a wave of familial solidarity bringing help, food and love. A place that begins in the middle of nowhere and makes people feel free to create and interact with nature.

What’s the minimum one needs to live? A week spent in the middle of a lost forest with no electricity to remind us of a world with less attachements. A world where every and each thing takes its specific time. A step by step construction under harsh winter time. Nights spent under a roof  before mounting the walls while it snows all night long puts us still one step closer to the basics of human needs. A big bottle of wine to be able to sleep and a fire that needs to be constantly taken care of so we can heat some bricks and put them inside our sleeping bags. People come and go on a wave of familial solidarity bringing help, food and love. A place that begins in the middle of nowhere and makes people feel free to create and interact with nature.

What’s the minimum one needs to live? A week spent in the middle of a lost forest with no electricity to remind us of a world with less attachements. A world where every and each thing takes its specific time. A step by step construction under harsh winter time. Nights spent under a roof  before mounting the walls while it snows all night long puts us still one step closer to the basics of human needs. A big bottle of wine to be able to sleep and a fire that needs to be constantly taken care of so we can heat some bricks and put them inside our sleeping bags. People come and go on a wave of familial solidarity bringing help, food and love. A place that begins in the middle of nowhere and makes people feel free to create and interact with nature.

What’s the minimum one needs to live? A week spent in the middle of a lost forest with no electricity to remind us of a world with less attachements. A world where every and each thing takes its specific time. A step by step construction under harsh winter time. Nights spent under a roof  before mounting the walls while it snows all night long puts us still one step closer to the basics of human needs. A big bottle of wine to be able to sleep and a fire that needs to be constantly taken care of so we can heat some bricks and put them inside our sleeping bags. People come and go on a wave of familial solidarity bringing help, food and love. A place that begins in the middle of nowhere and makes people feel free to create and interact with nature.

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