• Luiza Texeira de Freitas, curator

    3 JUN. 2024 · For our 32nd episode we spoke to Luiza Texeira de Freitas in Lisbon. Luiza currently specializes in advising private collections on how they can have a lasting impact in the communities around them. We spoke about the conundrum of bringing art fairs into new cities and what ethical collecting can look like. If you would like to see images of the projects we discussed during the podcast you can go to our Instagram account @theartofsocialchange. We hope you enjoy this episode!
    35m 39s
  • Meriem Chabani part II, architect

    26 ABR. 2024 · 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 could improve the working conditions and the versatility of the Bangladesh’s landscape. If you want to see images of the projects discussed please go to our instagram account @theartofsocialchange. Enjoy the episode !
    37m 9s
  • Meriem Chabani, architect

    22 MAR. 2024 · 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 the idea of working from the point of view of the global south in order to find solutions that may also apply elsewhere. Our interview got so good that we ended up dividing this episode in two parts. We will be releasing part 2 in the coming weeks. If you would like to see images of the projects we discussed during the podcast you can go to our Instagram account @theartofsocialchange. We hope you enjoy this episode!   
    36m 45s
  • Monica de Miranda, artist

    19 ENE. 2024 · 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 interview we discussed her recent film The Island, her installation Mirage and the series of photographs titled Shadows Fall Behind. If you would like to see images of the works we discussed during the podcast you can go to our Instagram account @theartofsocialchange. We hope you enjoy this episode!
    39m 48s
  • Chaveli Sifre, artist

    30 NOV. 2023 · 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, money given to her or found in wishing wells, and locally sourced "healing alpine plants". Through this performance, Sifre explored the reduction of bodies to capital and means to reverse this process. Listen to the full episode to find out more about this serendipitous encounter.
    27m 35s
  • Marielsa Castro, curator

    30 JUN. 2023 · 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 influenced her current role in the Jumex Museum in Mexico City. She walked us through the museum’s recent project Museos en Común, where the entire team sought to build a long-lasting bond with with the people of their neighboring food market Mercado Granada. As usual If you would like to see images of the artworks and projects we discuss on the podcast, and to stay up to date on the upcoming episodes you can go to our Instagram account @theartofsocialchange.
    51m 44s
  • Yoshua Okón, artist

    8 MAY. 2023 · 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 truth. In this episode, Gaby and Yoshua talked about staging real life soap operas, about police forces in Mexico, Astroturfing, about sneaking into a Los Angeles cinema set, political slogans, the movie industry and so many other things. Enjoy!
    43m 6s
  • Filipa Cesar, artist & Marinho de Pina, architect

    1 ABR. 2023 · 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 they created in order to continue with this dream: the Mediateca Onshore.
    42m 52s
  • Sandra Terdjman & Abi Tariq, AFIELD

    6 MAR. 2023 · 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 program, and many other things. AFIELD is anchored in the fundamental belief that artists are essential to the fabric of society, as thinkers, visionaries and changemakers. By providing the resources and support, AFIELD believes in their profound capacity to lead transformational change in their communities and in society as a whole.
    36m 39s
  • Gaëlle Choisne, artist

    31 ENE. 2023 · 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 shape. She told us about her mixed heritage and how visiting her mother’s country, Haiti inspired some of her recent films. Together we explored several of her performances about love and collective healing, showing us how her works address the world’s disorder through a creative lense.
    45m 46s

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...

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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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