The new podcast of the Institut français NL (https://institutfrancais.nl/) - conversations between a French artist passing through the Netherlands and a Dutch personality on a topic of their choice. No filters. No moderator.
Le nouveau podcast de l’Institut français NL (https://institutfrancais.nl/) – un échange libre et sans modérateur entre une personnalité venant de France ou des mondes francophones, de passage aux Pays-Bas, et une personnalité néerlandaise, sur des thèmes qui leur sont chers.
PASSAGE(s) #6 : The CATPC and Carrie Pilto
A conversation between the Congolese artists Ced’art Tamasala and Lisette Mbuku Kimpala from the CATPC (Collectif du Centre d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise) and Carrie Pilto, curator of the exhibition "Someone is getting rich" at The Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam, presenting some of the CATPC artist's works.
About the links between the consequences of colonialism and the current financial system and the cooperative and community-based approach of art and agroforestry led by the CATPC.
PASSAGE(s) #5 : Camille Étienne and Lena Hartog
A discussion between Camille Étienne and Lena Hartog on the "making of" climate activism nowadays in Europe.
Camille Étienne is a French climate activist, founder of the Youtube channel « Avant l’Orage » and member of the collective « On est prêt », she has a total of 255 000 followers on Instagram. Lena Hartog is a Dutch climate activist currently writing a book on « finding our role in the climate crisis », she is « climate movements & advocacy » coordinator at the International Center for Future Generations.
PASSAGE(s) #4 : Samuel Fosso and Wendy Owusu
PASSAGE(s) #4: A conversation between the French-Nigerian photographer Samuel Fosso and the French multidisciplinary artist Wendy Owusu about African heritage, rituals, gender, and fashion.
Wendy Owusu is currently participating in the exhibition When Things Are Beings at the Stedelijk Museum until 10 April 2023 and a retrospective of Samuel Fosso's work is presented with the support of IFNL at Huis Marseille until 12 March 2023, both in Amsterdam.
PASSAGE(s) #3 : Marie-Cécile Zinsou and Bukola Oyebode
PASSAGE(s) #3: A discussion between Marie-Cécile Zinsou, French-Beninese art historian, entrepreneur, and founder of the Zinsou Foundation in Cotonou and Bukola Oyebode, Nigerian art critic based in Amsterdam, founder and editor in chief of the TSA Art Magazine, about crossroads, education, and the access to African cultural heritage.
PASSAGE(s) #2 : Alain Mabanckou and Simone Atangana Bekono
PASSAGE(s) #2: A discussion between Alain Mabanckou and Simone Atangana Bekono, both writer and poet, about the transition from poetry to novel and the representation of writers of African origin in Europe.
PASSAGE(s) #1 : Olivier Guez and André Wilkens
PASSAGE(s) #1: A conversation between writer and journalist Olivier Guez and André Wilkens, director of the European Cultural Foundation, on the sense of European belonging, from the Eurovision Song Contest to the Champions League!