Here we’d like to introduce interesting bohemian people with great ideas.
Holm is the father of the term Digital Boheme. Holm Friebe is also the Chief executive at ‘Zentrale Intelligenz Agentur’
Holm and his colleague Philip talk about the future of work.
Elizabeth is the author of Bohemians: The Glamorous Outcasts a book where she tells “a rather different story, of the crazy and sometime tragic lives of all the geniuses and eccentrics that created alternative artistic cultures in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They colonised picturesque districts of cities and had their own cafés, their own forms of alternative dress and their own daring and deviant sex lives. ”
“Since the early nineteenth century, the bohemian has been the hero of the story the West has wanted to hear about its artists: a story of genius, glamour and doom. The bohemian is variously the artist dying in poverty like Chatterton or a successful self-destroyer like Jackson Pollock. Wilson’s remarkable Bohemians is a quest for the many shifting meanings that constitute bohemianism.”