Eighth issue of Die Epilog, a German magazine that deals with the change of our society. By looking into the small things that are changing in our everday lives, it wants to explore and welcome the bigger shift around us.
Nothing is certain except! We are surrounded by tutorials that show us how we structure our lives, achieve goals as effectively as possible, and even suggest that only losers are haphazard. As long as we have a goal in mind, we have our lives under control. However, this planning fanaticism in our microcosms is counteracted by the suspicion that there is absolute lack of planning at the macro level. Nothing but distraction maneuvers? Epilog No. 8 raises its head from the flow of stress, trying to get an overview needed for the big biographical and political situations.
The extended version of Moderat is used largely for headlines as correspondence to this issue’s topic “Great plans”. It’s contrasted by the edgy Serifbabe and its alternate version.