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Sep 26, 2020

We talk to Futuro Berg, a photographer and filmmaker from Chile, on his documentation of 3 of the world's notorious refugee camps in France, Greece and Mexico. Why do these places exist and what right does art have to be there. He explains why he is inspired to tell the stories and why we need to hear them. 



Sep 26, 2020

In this interview we talk to David MacKenzie  a music composer and delve into his inspiration for his creative work to find the meaning of the artistic mind and how it responds to this world we live in.


Music this week by David MacKenzie - Luminosity


David´s page.



Sep 26, 2020

We talk to Daniel Terres, an Arts worker and social activist about the cultural segregation in the suburbs of Sweden, racism and violent gentrification. What is it about the aesthetics of street art the establishment is scared of?


Video center is the periphery

Image gallery……

Sep 23, 2020

We interviewed a PCS Representative of the retail workers on strike at Tate Modern and Tate Britain who have voted to continue their month long strike against 313 redundancies. This is important for all artists, art lovers, trade unionists and the general public. Workers and artists must not pay for the economic crises....

Sep 22, 2020

We talk to Kristpher Lundberg about how the struggles of the working class community of  Hammerkullen use arts and culture centrally to build the political fightback and why the establishment wants to stop the Hammerkullen model being an example to us all. 


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