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Sound transmission and listening: challenges of the present

12th of July, at 17:30 CEST

In a time of pandemic when radio radio shows and podcasts became again an essential factor and carrier of cultural and political content, having as an initial motive the week here on Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar, we would like to open the discussion around sound transmission, radio and the changes of the listening situation. The future and the always changing present are creating new possibilities and challenges that we would like to approach using as an input the work of Hardi Kurda, usmaradio, and the past of sound art and radio in connection with political movements.  Anna Bromley, Roberto Paci Dalo, Eleftherios Krysalis, Hardi Kurda, prof. Nathalie Singer and prof. Christiane Voss are discussing together on the air of and

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A poster trying to depict the CAA process at Shaheen Bagh protests, New Delhi.

Disobedient Indians

What happens when your elected government chooses to abandon the constitution of the country? What happens when the state unleashes violence towards its own people? What happens when the democratic rights are being taken away from people by declaring them anti-nationals? What happens when the elected government violates human-rights of the people that they are supposed to protect? In these times some people are disobedient, they perform freedom with “civil” disobedience.

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