I had the pleasure to talk about our daily lives in constant pursuit of beauty with the wordsmith Julia Tappeiner at barfuss.it Feel free to follow the link above and read the story. German only.
Third installment in this ongoing series of colloquial sharing of ideas about style with Susanne Barta. This time our host was Tobias Planer at his marvelous Ahoi Minigolf course.Please enjoy the complete story on FranzMagazine.
Rimini, Fellinian Landscape From neorealism to fantastic realism If we ever were to ask ourselves, how do we want to live our lives, would we accept the offerings brought to our attention by technology, commodities developed to create desire, or will we attempt to trust our intimate vision and search for hope in the… Continue reading H Hour Curfew Time April 2020
Chilly January mornings tend to lack the natural sunlight of the warm season. They hide the details of the neoclassical rationalist architecture outside the train station in the artificial shadows of the pre dawn lights. It’s 7:10am. Our connection to Bologna leaves in 2 minutes and we try to lay out the itinerary that awaits… Continue reading H Hour Bologna Time
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to continue the inspiring series of q&a on style and fashion with Susanne Barta. Find here the link to the transcript of the second series (german only). Conversations about style part 2
It’s January, the second week of the year. At approximately 06:12 the high-speed train sets out from the medieval town in the northern part of Italy to reach Florence. The biannual pilgrimage to the places, where the heart of Italianism in language and culture beat the most, is a ritual for a rather differing crowd:… Continue reading H Hour Florence Time
We’re all saints and sinners. We were born saints, but inevitably become sinners throughout life. If you surfed the tide near San Onofre State Beach or San Juan Capistrano back in 2010 you surely attended the ministry at The Hotrod Church for Sinners. Brian Bent, then Initiator and Pastor of this congregation, is the inspiring… Continue reading Connecting the dots: dismantled but not dismembered
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to initiate an inspiring series of q&a on style and fashion with Susanne Barta. Find here the link to the transcript of the first series (german only). Conversations about style and fashion
Authenticity claims seem to pervade the narrative in contemporary branding strategies be it in the fashion industries, in culture or politics. On my hunt for iconographic evidence I delved further into the archives of the early sociopolitical endeavors that tried to create a photographic overview of the actual situation of people living through the times… Continue reading Heritage? Whose Heritage? Sourcing the iconography of “heritage”
You have to traverse the Arno at the height of Ponte alla Carraia. Then take the Via dei Serragli and watch out for a wooden sign