Analog Sonntag sees itself as lab, workshop, playroom and idea factory. The foremost aim of the collective is to work without
digital aids: analog – hands-on and with materials that surround us. Inspiration, motivation and last but not least fun on the job are major factors in the work for Benedikt Fischer, Fabian Knöbl, Patrick Molnar and Sebastian Zimmerhackl. During the collective workshop, they endeavor to change the everyday view of things by experiments and setting tasks, and to disrupt connections – to give them another sense or non-sense. Analog Sonntag describes the voluntary eschewing of digital aids as good practice for honing their own perception and creating a welcome change from Facebook and one-dimensional channels such as television.