Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman’s At a Distance podcast was born out of a desire for a more thoughtful, slowed-down approach to movement, bolstered by the pandemic. Their book (by Apartamento Publishing) comprises 100 of the interviews from the podcast in short narratives, capturing how visionaries and thinkers—including journalist Bill McKibben, psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk, MoMA curator Paola Antonelli and many more—conceived of globally slowing down. In conversing with a diverse group of guests, Zuckerman and Bailey contextualize and clarify the world through multiple angles (like public health, the climate crisis, inequality and Big Tech) to lay out the present and provide a rationally optimistic guide for the future. Price is in Euros.
At a Distance: 100 Visionaries at Home in a Pandemic