‘So What Else Do You Want To Talk About?’ is a platform for pigeon-holed people to share their other stories and thoughts on the world. The aim is to have an open mic for friends and strangers to speak on subjects which they have not yet been able to reflect upon. We are all branded by "what we do" and frankly...it sucks. Listen in and see the other side of the coin. Take a step beyond the superficial titles we are labeled with and have a look inside.
Karl-Oskar Olsen: "My anxiety forces me to constantly be on the move"
Virgil Nicholas: "Consumption is still a massive issue”
In this episode, host Adam Sinding Katz, has invited shoe designer Virgil Nicholas in to the studio. Nicholas has the shoe brand ‘Vinny’s the Vibe’ which is inspired by street culture and sportswear.
The conversation evolves around consumer standards and how the average consumer should choose quality over quantity.
David Zilber: "Asymmetry is the basis for attraction"
In this episode host Adam Katz Sinding has invited former chef at NOMA and fermentation expert, David Zilber, into the studio. Zilber grew up in Canada but moved to Copenhagen to work at the Michelin starred restaurant for six years. Today, Zilber works with preserving and fermenting food at Chr. Hansen. Zilber has however no intention of talking about sauerkraut or kimchi, but talks about attraction in this episode. He talks about his view on the laws of attraction and explain how people are attracted to asymmetry and attributes that differ from their own.
Silas Adler: "You’re always in direct competition with your younger self"
In this episode, host Adam Katz Sinding talks to Silas Adler, Creative Director at Danish fashionbrand Soulland. The two talk about fashion weeks and about how the pandemic has affected the small danish brand.
Silas Adler has, besides Soulland, a profound passion for running and skateboarding, and he tells how running gives him a boost mentally when he is under pressure and stressed.
Borre Akkersdijk: "There should be more room to make it part of our lives to be more in the now and enjoy it”
In this episode host Adam Sinding Katz talks to the Dutch textiledesigner Borre Akkersdijk. Borre Akkersdijk works as Creative Director in his company BYBORRE, focusing on sustainable textile innovation and production.
The conversation revolves around the fashion industry’s environmental footprint, as Akkersdijk fights to promote a clothing and textile industry where environmental sustainability and transparency is center.
Borre Akkersdijk also talk about how an unplanned ayahuasca-session became a mindaltering experience, changing his perspective on the world and thus his work
Elena Arndt-Jensen: “I found out maybe there is another job for me out there. But I’ve never felt the same way as I did when acting”
Actress Elena Arndt-Jensen is 25 years old and a firm believer that her acting career peaked when she starred in the film ‘Karlas Kabale’, and its sequels, at the age of 10. Whilst no longer pursuing an acting career, Elena is currently studying a hybrid master at CBS and The Royal Academy.
Host Adam Katz Sinding and Elena Arndt-Jensen talks about life as a general for child actors, what it feels like to have already reached a high point in ones career as well as the importance of work integrity.
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I love it!!!
I love the whole conversation !
I am looking forward to the news people you will talk.
Your work as a photographer is so good and inspiring really! I love it’ I told you that outside Rick Owens show .
You are definitely and outsider from the industry, someone with many layers and sensitivity to the others part of life...
I work in fashion and I do it because I love creating, it doesn’t matter is someone appreciate my work or not , I just do it because it is a need for me, it is what keeps me alive...but I am also more than just a fashion designer...I have many other layers as you too. Finally someone that talk without filters ! You are a nice speaker too