Caleb Churchill and the contradictions of our contemporary environment
Our environment, as it appears to us in photographs, is translated as landscape, a landscape that is transformed, altered and romanticized by American culture. Despite a desire for the unspoiled ideal of the American landscape that prompted the founding of the National Park system, our human need to organize, facilitate and take ownership, has become the geographical reality.
Jessica Wolfelsperger captures the mystic journey back to her homeland
In search of the experience of a divine or absolute reality, I discover and explore my homeland new and wash myself free from my daily life in the bustling metropolis and devise my own legend – according to the life philosophy of Monte Verità.
The cradle of flavour and quiet: Bottega Culinaria by Cinzia Mancini
Discovering Abruzzo through its people.
Nicolò Carlon talks about human relationships related to memories
The scenario facing the Adriatic Sea has been the same for decades, becoming archetype of a temporary habitable space. Emptied of those specific human relations which are linked to our memories, the “vacation” concept becomes universal.