Florian Kaps' analogue career began in 2001, when he created the Lomography Shop Platform and managed the development of the worldwide online image community for the Lomography Society.
In 2005, he started his own business, Unverkäuflich Handels GmbH, with a focus on impossible projects and the vision of helping the analogue instant picture to make a grandiose comeback.
At the end of 2008, he and his friends rescued the last intact Polaroid factory and founded “The Impossible Project”, which has been producing the classic instant film material again since 2010 and distributing it worldwide.
Finally, in 2014, he started a new project with SUPERSENSE – a purely analogue manufactory and cabinet of curiosities. In addition to Polaroid photography, the space also experiments intensively with the analogue techniques of record production, letterpress and silkscreen printing, as well as food production combined with a restaurant, an olfactory laboratory and a printing workshop.
An exciting journey through Doc's various adventures is currently offered by the cinema film “An Impossible Project” by Jens Eurer, shot on 35mm, naturally fitting the theme, which will be shown at Filmcasino on 2 June 2022.