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The Art of Social Change

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The Art of Social Change aims to pose questions, open up doors and stir up conversations. As the limits of art and life have been blurred, it is up to us to enter this nebulous space and explore it. In every episode, we converse with actors that are raising awareness on social issues and contributing to change through culture.
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This is the second part of our interview with Meriem Chabani, co-founder of New South, an international architecture, urban design and research practice based in Paris and Brussels. Our last episode left off as Meriem explained her architecture graduation project Remade in Bangladesh, where she looked at how new urban planning and architecture coul…
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For our 31st episode we spoke to Meriem Chabani, co-founder of New South Architects. New South is an international architecture, urban design and research practice based in Paris and Brussels. During our conversation we discussed how relationships of power are present in cities, often taking the form of architecture and urban planning. We explored …
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For our 29th episode we spoke to Angolan-Portuguese artist Mónica de Miranda in Lisbon. Monica’s research-led practice is grounded in the concepts of urban archeology and emotional geography. Her films, installations and photographs are inspired by her own personal story and anchored in postcolonial politics, emancipation and identity. During our i…
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For our 29th episode, Alix had a conversation with Chaveli Sifre while visiting La Embajada’s booth in Liste, a fair in Switzerland dedicated to international, independent galleries and spaces. In her gallery's booth, Chaveli was conducting an experiment. Sitting in a corner, looking over a glass contraption, she distilled an odd mixture of water, …
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In our 28th episode, curator Marielsa Castro made us wonder, What does it take to construct the bonds that bind communities together? How can we create genuine relationships with our neighbors? During our conversation, we discussed how her interest in collectivity and commoning has led her to be a part of the cooperative Coopia and how this has inf…
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For this episode, we had a conversation with Yoshua Okón. Yoshua was born in Mexico City in 1970, where he currently lives and where Gabriela met with him. His work ressembles a series of near sociological experiments executed for the camera. They blend stage situations, documentation, and improvisation to question our perceptions of reality and tr…
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For our 26th episode we had a conversation with artist and Afield fellow Filipa Cesar and architect Marinho de Pina. We talked about their historic and personal bonds to the country of Guinea-Bissau and its war of independence. They walked us through their efforts in preserving the country's historic footage of the revolution and the unique place t…
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For this 25th episode we had a conversation with Sandra Terdjman and Abi Tariq from AFIELD, an initiative that feels very close to what we strive to do on the podcast. AFIELD is an international network of cultural changemakers created in 2014. It awards fellowships for social initiatives from arts and culture, organizes events, leads a study progr…
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For our 24th episode we had a conversation with Gaëlle Choisne. She told us the serendipitous accident that prompted her to become an artist, a fateful event that catalyzed her multi-disciplinary artistic practice. Between occult fables and objective sciences, Choisne navigates through imaginaries as composite as the techniques which give them shap…
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For this episode we had a conversation with Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, a fascinating duo of artists and filmmakers. They walked us through their first encounter growing up in the tumultuous Lebanon and how this shaped their artistic practice. In films and installations, the artists examine the unreliability of images, history, memories, …
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For our 22nd episode, Gaby recorded a continuation of our interview with Martha Wilson, this time in New York. Last time we met Martha as she was preparing for her first solo-show at the Pompidou Center and it turns out that Paris left quite an impression on her, so she decided to return and make a brand new project titled Generations of Feminism i…
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Our 21th episode with artist Ndayé Kouagou was full of questions. The artist revealed how a situation of crisis led him to daringly enter the world of art. He walked us through his performance works and talked about the importance of constantly questioning oneself. Ndayé Kouagou (1992) is an artist and performer based in Paris; his practice always …
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For our 20th episode we conversed with Marine Van Schoonbeek, the director and co-founder of Thanks for Nothing, an association that mobilizes artists and the world of culture by organizing solidarity oriented projects. We talked about the complex merging of philanthropy and art, and the path that led her to where she is today. We discussed the rec…
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This is a special episode of The Art of Social Change podcast produced by Alix de la Chapelle for Threads*sub_ʇxǝʇ radio. Carl Jung once said, “Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens.” For this special episode we shift the focus from looking outside ourselves to looking inside, hoping to discover how our subconscious speaks to us throug…
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For our 18th episode we had the honor of interviewing feminist artist Martha Wilson. She walked us through her life story, from her Quaker origins to the bustling art scene of New York in the 70’s. She talked about her current exhibition Martha Wilson in Halifax now on view at the Pompidou Center in Paris and her carte blanche solo-show at the mfc …
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For our 17th episode we interviewed artist, ecologist, and curator Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro. The work of Verlet-Bottero looks to heal the bonds between humans and nature, between our past and our present, and between our institutions and our communities.โดย The Art of Social Change
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Imagine listening to someone’s heartbeat for five minutes. Imagine a silent dinner. Imagine accepting to get rid of social codes. Imagine experiencing telepathy. Imagine building a friendship as an artwork. Imagine being directed to enact a script written by an artist. This is what entering the performances of Honi Ryan and Abi Tariq feels like. Fo…
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In our 15th episode with Asli Seven, albino crocodiles rub shoulders with mutant tourists, submerged islands and power plants. Asli Seven is a researcher, writer and a curator based between Istanbul and Paris. During this new episode, we discussed how we can be inspired by art to create tools to engage with the world that surrounds us. And how exhi…
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This new episode of the The Art of Social Change Podcast proposes another layer of appreciation for jazz. What if musical forms, such as jazz improvisation, could inspire new ideas for our political structures? For our 14th episode we conversed with French anthropologist Alexandre Pierrepont. We spoke about the road that led him to study jazz throu…
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For our 13th episode we interviewed Flora Fettah, vice-President of the French nonprofit association Contemporaines. With a name that translates as « contemporary women », Contemporaines’ mission is to support young women artists and art professionals in a caring way by helping them overcome obstacles linked to historical inequalities in the arts. …
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For our 12th episode we conversed with curator Jennifer Teets. During the interview, she went from sharing her first experience as a young curator in Mexico, to how she developed her own language as a curator. From subjects like the impact of floods on goats, to fluids, or healing earths, Jennifer Teets applies a method of inquiry to all her intere…
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For our 11th episode we conversed with Colombian artist Daniel Otero Torres. During the interview, Otero Torres talked to us about his techniques and inspirations. From his incredibly realistic hand-drawn portraits to his large-scale hydraulic installations, each of his works reveals surprising references from Otero Torres’ experiences as an artist…
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For the 10th episode we invited Elena Sorokina, a Russian author and curator based in Paris. During our interview, she shared what it means for her to curate exhibitions, as a way to support artists, to put ideas and art into space, and to ask questions. We discussed the subjects that nourish her practice such as extractive capitalism of the econom…
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For the 9th episode we invited Matylda Taszycka, an art historian leading the scientific programs of the AWARE association, in order to discuss the place of women in art. AWARE is a non-profit association founded in 2014 and directed by Camille Morineau, a curator and art historian specialized in women artists. With a telling acronym, the Associati…
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For our eight episode, we had the pleasure of meeting with Franco-Algerian artist and film director Katia Kameli. Born in 1973, Katia Kameli has developed a research-based approach on history and memory. With a variety of media such as film, photography, and installations, she explores the power of narratives and images in the construction of ident…
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In this episode we had the pleasure of speaking to French artist Emmanuel Guillaud about his life and works. Born in 1970, Guillaud’s artistic practice is based on performative strategies that immerse each visitor inside a phantasmagoric universe.โดย The Art of Social Change
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For this episode we interviewed Ecuatorian artist Estefania Peñafiel Loaiza. We talked about the current events that inspired her series of works about the Bois de Vincennes in Paris, while discussing her views on migration, surveillance and anonymity. We even got a sneak peak on the project she will be creating during her upcoming stay in the Vill…
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For this episode we had a conversation with Colombian artist Iván Argote, whose work generates questions about how we relate to others, traditions, and patrimony. We discussed his new public sculpture at la Defense, in Paris, his tactics for not getting arrested, how to renegotiate the colonial narrative and his participation in the exhibition Glob…
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For this episode we interviewed Ali Cherri, a visual artist from Lebanon who spoke to us about his past, present and future projects including his participation in Manifesta 13, which is currently on view in Marseille, France and his upcoming film based in Sudan. If you would like to see images of the works discussed in this podcast follow our Inst…
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For this episode we invited writer, editor and curator Marisol Rodríguez to talk about AMEXICA, the exhibition she is currently curating with the Servais Family Collection in The Loft, Brussels. This art exhibition deals with the complexities of a nation beyond the purely geographic. Book your visit starting this July at www.amexica.me. For visuals…
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