Things are decisively co-shaped by their use, in the sense that they are set in context, reinterpreted, repurposed or even modified. In this way, improvisation and misappropriation can open up new perspectives and ways of thinking. It becomes inevitable in this process that an interaction is found with things that already pre-exist, which in turn is effective as a resource-saving action strategy.
Set against this background, Jonas Zahno examines the bicycle as a means of transport that is multi-loadable. This function-focused approach demonstrates strategies and potentials for how everyday transportation trips can be undertaken with the bike without having to resort to new products.