It’s a Passion Thing, Issue 8
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A journal about creating a style of life with passion.
We want to present stories about people who make their ideas into tangible, long-lasting reality – people that make things happen. We present behind-the-scenes moments and honest interviews. We want to show passion in all its weird and different forms and outcomes. And we want to highlight ways of doing things a little differently.
In this issue:
GORAN REBIĆ, Vienna, The Vienna-based film director in conversation with Peter Schernhuber & Sebastian Höglinger Directors of Diagonale—Festival of Austrian Film. // Mirco Ilić—The Tolerance Project // GEBHART BLAZEK, Graz, On how to become an Expert on Moroccan Rugs and Textiles. // CARINA HARTL, Vienna, Chocolate Expert, On falling in love with chocolate and becoming an expert on bean-to-bar. // Thank You, Eve – Thoughts on food by philosopher Giulia De Meo Licht. // Artist Feature: José Manuel Castro López // LOK CHUNG, Hong Kong, The Funeral Director who set out to turn his job into an honored profession. // Art Of Crying—On Professional Mourning, Tomás Pinheiro explores professional mourning around the globe. // The Beauty of Decay—Kuriositäten, A selection of ideas that made us think twice; this time around the topic of destructive dissolution. // Green Green Grass—Graveyard Hopping and Music // SPACES & PLACES: Mexico, A look through the lens of Marko Mestrovic on his three-month trip through Mexico. // ANSHU AHUJA and RENEE WILLIAMS from DABBADROPB, London, On building Dabbadrop, to deliver plant-based Indian food in reusable metal tins. // Martin KIRCHLECHNER, Merano, Becoming a hotelier in South Tyrol, in a house that has been in the family since the 1850s. // Passion for the Neighborhood—Vienna // MATTHIAS SCHWEGER, Vienna, From producing internationally successful music to brewing internationally recognized sake in a Viennese cellar.
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