it’s a question of power, isn’t it?

The mixtape “It’s a Question of Power, isn’t it?” reflects on the various registers through which racial and gendered capitalism come to us and foregrounds active, embodied, spiritual listening that engages different sensors.

mixtape
Sylvia Wynter
it’s a question of power, isn’t it? (full mixtape)
A cacophony of voices, silences, whispers, thoughts, laughter and cries that question how gendered and racialised capitalism shape our understanding of contemporary labour conditions
soundscape
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schipbreukeling
A sonic epilogue that touches on the nightmares haunting the afterlives of slavery and colonialism. In his poem, Mathieu Charles responds to these known -isms that keep tormenting him, us, the ones before us: racism, sexism, capitalism.
playlist
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the rhythm of labor
Inspired by sonsbeek’s investigation of ‘the ways history of labour and the working class reflects and is framed by issues such as race, gender, class structure, geographical distance, and politics,’ DJ Lynnée Denise created 𝑇ℎ𝑒 𝑅𝑦𝑡ℎ𝑚 𝑜𝑓 𝐿𝑎𝑏𝑜𝑟, a sonic blend drawn from a preexisting multi-media essay.
home office stories
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home office story by olave nduwanje
Home Office Stories invites guests to share what it means for them to work from home during this pandemic and its aftermath. How do they sustain themselves, do work, or relax? In this episode Olave Nduwanje offers insight into her home office and how labour and the domestic are informed through colonialism and reshaped through our contemporary use of technology.
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