Erik Holmberg Living Life or Waiting to Die
The Audience Takes the Stage Tercer aniversario
jayme gershen jayme gershen
Darren Cheng Executive Director Direct Funeral Services
Ángeles González Gamio Historias y relatos de la muerte
Stefan Hunt Founder of "We're All Going To Die" Festival
Eliette and Marieke Staub Farewell to belongings
Andrea Swensson Andrea Swensson Q&A
Andrea Swensson Setting Aside Self Doubt & Fear
Ovidiu Hrin Ovidiu Hrin on 'Death'
Dominic Glamuzina The aesthetics of a middle class pool
Felicity van Oort Either not dead or does not exist
Lionel Pourteau sociologue et chercheur
Cole Imperi How Do You Want to Be Remembered?
Marcela Romo Muerte física y simbólica
Nation Hahn Death
Philippe Meyralbe AdVitam
Fulvio Ferrari DEATH The Journey
Martin Cirio Preguntas a La Faraona
Martin Cirio La muerte del yo social
ASATT Working with podcasts
Audience prend le micro CreativeMornings Boston Community
Mariane Maciel O que o luto e a morte ensinam pra vida
Nacho Ballesta The Foodtellers
Samaí Torres Samaí Torres - Death
Jessica Morgan Balancing family and work
Trevor Stuurman Trevor Stuurman talks Death
Trevor Stuurman Trevor Stuurman Talks Death - Teaser
Александра Балецкая Александра Балецкая
Shoshana Berger 6 Things Death Teaches Us About Life
Ashley Jones Love Not Lost
Maija Butters The Death Keynote
Fátima Ateyeh Speaks About Death
Nora Atkinson The Nutshell Studies and Frances Glessner Lee
Phil Toledano Live performance by RYAL
Estuardo Porras Zadik Estuardo Porras Zadik
Maija Butters QA
Simon McCartney Simon McCartney on Death
Peter Agardy Redefining Death (as a Local Business)
Vaijayanthi Madabushi Death of Chemicals
Chris Adams A Father's Legacy
Alexis Turgeon La mort
Nehha Bhatnagar Nehha Bhatnagar
Miki Reynolds Executive Director, Grid110
Jerzy Kawecki Q & A
Pen Harshaw Q&A with Pendarvis Harshaw
Pen Harshaw Babies and Bullets
Phil Toledano Death Is a Start, But It's Not The End
Phil Toledano Q&A Phil Toledano
christian jurke Death should be no surprise
Jerzy Kawecki "Non omnis moriar" - I shall not wholly die.
Donal Moloney Death
Joe Macleod Ends (why bother?)
Isabella Farkasch Isabella Farkasch
Babak Azarmi Babak Azarmi
James Kelley Death of leadership as we know it or...
Evi Numen Creative Mournings
Ricardo Martino Alba Pediatra y patrono de la Fundación Porque VIven
Unni Turrettini Our birthright, unique greatness
Polina Tserkassova Storytelling about Death
Marta Khymko Emotional burnout
Vintilă Mihăilescu Death in the Romanian culture
Daniel Gray-Kontar Little Deaths
Julius Boatwright Founding CEO of Steel Smiling
Jiří Hanek Umění se rozloučit
Jason Chongue The Plant Society
DISKUSIJA To freelance or not to freelance?
Roni Landa Death and Other Vegetables
The Audience Takes the Stage Audience Takes the Stage
Simone Weinstein Katie Howard Death & Taxidermy
Amparo Garcia-Crow Multidisciplinary Artist
Gisela Adissi Death - Novembro 2017
Felicity Hoy What makes me a superhero?
Ricarda Hinz DEATH - Wenn er ist, dann sind wir es nicht.
Marie-Pascale Pomey Tisser des liens humains pour changer le système de santé
vera gotseva On death and photography
Павел Белавус CreativeMornings Minsk: Pavel Belavus
antonietta lanzarone Dalla morte al Dharma
Barbara Sedoric What’s In Your Head is Gone When You’re Dead
antonio moore The Journey In Between
Cassie Barrett Comfortable with Death
Anna Speksnijder Death - CreativeMornings Utrecht
DeBraun Thomas Death | Change | Power of the People
Anne marie Kramer Anne marie Kramer
Kevin Purdy Death Is Not a Deadline
Fable, the Poet Grandad, you will never hear this poem
João Luiz Hopf João Luiz Hopf
Bryan Steiner "Death" with Bryan steiner
Alejandro Chaoul Dr. Alejandro Chaoul on the topic of "death"
Christine Süssmann on Death
Chris Parks Become Yourself [Death]
Ashley Hawkins Ashley Hawkins - Death
Doa Bugis Doa Bugis
Omer Masood Qureshi The Mortality of Design
Sohail Coelho Conceptual death
Katrina Spade Nature is really good at death
Elise Russell Kill Fear
Leonardo Zaldumbide Rueda Leonardo Zaldumbide Rueda
Debra Fine The Death of Conversation
David All What Are You Handing Down? Life After Death
Rachael Banks Cheating Death
Salomon Kronthaler Gestalte deinen Tod
Julian Eckes Julian Eckes
Mark Peres Death
John Fluevog Business with Death
John Fluevog John Fluevog's teaser for Nov. #cmdeath
Any time that little internal monologue comes into your head telling you that you can’t do something, say to yourself, ‘I’m going to die someday.’ And see if that changes anything.
The most positive force in my life is looking at death. It’s increased my gratitude for my loved ones. It’s allowed me to live with so much less fear.
Fear less, live more. We’re all going to die anyway, right?
Díky smrti si člověk může uvědomit podstatu života.
I love what I do because of the way it connects me to others and to the world.
There are rare times when you reach a decision straight from the heart, without analyzing things, and these are the times when you begin to live your truth.
Finding a job I loved was the difference between truly, truly living my life, or just waiting to die.
I believe enough in myself to make it through.
We can change our perspective.
Perfection is crippling.
A lot of times, we put expectations on ourselves that are bigger than what other people expect from us.
When we own our dreams, we owe it to ourselves to push through those nerves and that anxiety to get to the other side.
We can never truly eliminate it [fear]. It always shows up, and we always have to figure out how to conquer it at each moment. Every time we do something new, it comes up in a different way.
What beliefs are you willing to put to death?
We all share the same need of belonging, approval and knowing that our lives, as individuals, matter.
What roles do you play?
The underlying fear of not being enough makes us desperate, controlling and exhausted.
I created numerous personalities because I was so afraid of being rejected. And, in the process, I forgot who I really was underneath my masks. But deep down, I knew I wasn’t authentic.
Embrace the rupture.
People start playing with things, instead of connecting with one another
Never be afraid to show up for someone else.
Nobody leaves the battlefield unscathed.
It’s on us to make sure that change happens in a way in which all people are heard, all people are represented.
Every single person in this city has the ability to make change.
Don't wait to be discovered.
Death is the salt of life.
What I have learned about making good images is that I’ve made a shit ton of bad images. But if I didn’t make that bad work, I wouldn’t know what good work was.
So, don't leave your mess behind...do your family a favor, clean out the stuff!
Who's got diaries? Not me anymore!
Funerals are a lot like weddings. Two big factors: one is sad. one is not. But, weddings you have a year to plan—funerals you have three days.
It always seems too early until it's too late...have conversations now.
We need to recognize that anything can happen...and when you think like that, you tend to find more joy in the moment, in daily life.
Say "death" out loud...we need to get over the fear and the language and have meaningful conversations while we can.
Death happens to be the biggest life transition that there is.
My love isn't lost, it's just transformed.
We are all here, able to drink coffee and mingle together, have a positive morning. And it's amazing. This is something to cherish right now, in this moment. It can be gone so fast...
This here is the first fully compostable, biodegradable six-pack ring that does not harm wildlife; it actually saves it.
Our society is set up this way, and it is nearly impossible to remove yourself from the equation.
Aim for the aftermath. What's that person going to say about you at the end after they have left your product or service?
We say hello all the time. We have enormously emotional hello's in our consumer experiences. But saying goodbye seems ridiculous to a product.
When do you reckon the first diagnosis of digital hoarding was..?
I was stunned with how deep it goes – what denial we're in around endings.
Your story is not the plot. Your story is how the plot changed you.
The best obituaries tell you about how someone changed throughout their life, as they were put up against small struggles [and] big struggles.
Stories are about how what happens affects someone with a difficult goal and how they change.
Who tells you when you're done? Who sits you down and says, "you've done enough, you've got it, your legacy is set, you're all good"?
I think a midlife crisis hits you whenever you sit down with yourself and think about it.
Your story is not the plot, your story is how the plot changed you.
Every act of creation is, in some way, fighting against the inevitability of death and loss.
“Death, a lot of times, we think of as a really sad, sorrowful thing, but death just means the end of one thing and the beginning of something new.”
The more you can see yourself as a collective and not as an individual… Actually, the more you go backwards in that one and not forward, is the less you'll be afraid in life of change, of adaptation, of things happening to you, and of dying. Because they're all the same.
Schlaf ist das Hineinkriechen des Menschen in sich selbst. Friedrich Hebbel
Wer morgens vor neun auf der Strasse anzutreffen ist, der ist nichts und wird nichts.
Comfort kills. Are you doing something on a daily basis that pushes you a little?
We get caught up a lot with trends and following trends, and its not necessarily like trends are bad, but when I think about what'll happen when I'm not here, and what I'll leave behind, its my images, its my work. If I follow trends I don't know what that says about me when I'm not here anymore.
But what I can tell you is that, for me, in my experience, the best work I've made is honest work, and the best portraits I've made come from a place of love.
While death is often something that is difficult to think about, we can cheat it through making art, because when we are not here, our art will be.
Death occurs in the midst of life.