these are interviews somewhat connected to the eskimo/inuit definition of
wealth as ‘a deep understanding of the natural world’…

Fritjof Capra (physicist, systems theorist and author)
David Holmgren (co-founder of the permaculture movement)
Masanobu Fukuoka (one of the pioneers of organic farming)
Bill Mollison (founder of the permaculture movement)
John Todd (visionary ecological designer)
Thom Yorke (radiohead)

as well as two more personal interviews i did together with Stefa Roth.
the original idea was to interview people who we find contribute vision to the world.
the two people we picked up to now turned out to be a very beautiful choice. not only are they great people, but they are also very different from each other.

Robb Moss (director, teacher at Harvard University, former president of the aivf/us)
Susan Batson (artistic director of black nexxus inc. nyc/la, acting teacher/coach, author)

Lars Schmidt
_various articles and posts (e+d) on Sound of Sirens

Stefa Roth
_various articles and posts (e+d) on Sound of Sirens

This symbol stems from Easter Island.

To me Ester Island and its colonization has become a metaphor for a civilization destroying the very basis for its own existence and thus finally itself by using up all the resources of its environment.

At the same time I love the beauty of this drawing which to me represents values like simplicity, connectedness with nature and a metaphysical perception of the world.