David Melz

Lumpen-intellectual, spent an absurdly long time studying sociology, philosophy and art history at Goethe University Frankfurt. He spent most of his studies critically reflecting his disastrous economic situation and attempting to mitigate this through precarious forms of employment. Generally speaking, his thoughts revolve around boredom, alienation as well as the issue of organising leisure. Due to an extensive change of living circumstances, he has finally had to take up a steady job, falling into the wage labour trap. In the little free time available to him, he concerns himself with the topic of objectification, preferably on walks.

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