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A podcast for creatives to share their frustrations in the arts, dig up their roots and find solutions through conversation. In each episode, we have conversations with creative practitioners from around the world. We discover parts of their lived experiences, their project or research. These informative, entertaining and honest conversations will enable us to better understand the inner workings of the creative sector.

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Ep. 2: Allyship through practice - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

How do Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths actually decolonize language and push us to unlearn the colonial gaze? What do they do in practice? In this second episode, we look at how those interventions work in the real world. Credits Bbc.co.uk – copyright BBC Sound Effects Moonrise (8:40), Negentropy (1:50), by Chad Crouch. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Multiverse (0:20 and 16:30), by Ketsa. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 ​Credits and info will be available soon at www.underexposed.space.

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Ep. 2: Allyship through practice - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

Ep. 1: Exploring language and representation - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

In this episode, we trace back to colonial times, to analyse today’s oppressive structures. The founders of Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths, also explain why decolonizing language and decolonizing the gaze are necessary to make ethnic inequalities less worse. Credits Bbc.co.uk – copyright BBC Sound Effects Moonrise (8:40), Negentropy (1:50), by Chad Crouch. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Multiverse (0:20 and 16:30), by Ketsa. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 “The Moral Responsibility of the Artist”, by Mr. James Baldwin at the University of Chicago in 1963.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. ​Credits and info will be available soon at www.underexposed.space.

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Ep. 1: Exploring language and representation - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

Trailer- Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?

While listening to lived experiences is necessary to understand the consequences of systemic racism, talking about them can also relieve trauma for those who are already grappling with inequalities. What can we do, regardless of our skin color, to avoid reproducing some unfair structures at the origin of racism? In this first season, we explore how inequity in the arts manifests through how we use language in the sector and how representation isn't approached with the right mentality. Because language is a very powerful tool for how we produce, consume and understand the world around us - and we shouldn’t underestimate the way it can influence mass mentality. Join me, in having conversations with founders of Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths: two grassroot projects that prioritise audiences and work towards a more diverse art sector.

1 minSEP 30
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Trailer- Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?
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Latest Episodes

Ep. 2: Allyship through practice - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

How do Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths actually decolonize language and push us to unlearn the colonial gaze? What do they do in practice? In this second episode, we look at how those interventions work in the real world. Credits Bbc.co.uk – copyright BBC Sound Effects Moonrise (8:40), Negentropy (1:50), by Chad Crouch. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Multiverse (0:20 and 16:30), by Ketsa. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 ​Credits and info will be available soon at www.underexposed.space.

25 minSEP 30
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Ep. 2: Allyship through practice - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

Ep. 1: Exploring language and representation - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

In this episode, we trace back to colonial times, to analyse today’s oppressive structures. The founders of Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths, also explain why decolonizing language and decolonizing the gaze are necessary to make ethnic inequalities less worse. Credits Bbc.co.uk – copyright BBC Sound Effects Moonrise (8:40), Negentropy (1:50), by Chad Crouch. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Multiverse (0:20 and 16:30), by Ketsa. From Free Music Archive CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 “The Moral Responsibility of the Artist”, by Mr. James Baldwin at the University of Chicago in 1963.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. ​Credits and info will be available soon at www.underexposed.space.

26 minSEP 30
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Ep. 1: Exploring language and representation - "Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?"

Trailer- Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?

While listening to lived experiences is necessary to understand the consequences of systemic racism, talking about them can also relieve trauma for those who are already grappling with inequalities. What can we do, regardless of our skin color, to avoid reproducing some unfair structures at the origin of racism? In this first season, we explore how inequity in the arts manifests through how we use language in the sector and how representation isn't approached with the right mentality. Because language is a very powerful tool for how we produce, consume and understand the world around us - and we shouldn’t underestimate the way it can influence mass mentality. Join me, in having conversations with founders of Mother Tongues and the Museum of Half Truths: two grassroot projects that prioritise audiences and work towards a more diverse art sector.

1 minSEP 30
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Trailer- Art for the many and not the few, oh wait?
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