The ‘Children of Immigrants’ is a series of podcast based discussions hosted by writer and journalist Tania Nathan.
The guests in this series are BIPOC persons that live and work in Finland, at the intersections of art, activism, decolonisation, social media, music, fashion, capitalism, neo-colonialism, climate justice and more featuring the music that has inspired them.
The discussions take place live and are multilingual.
In this episode for Children of Immigrants, we meet and chat with decolonial artist Sasha Huber about her work, how she rests, the music that brings her joy, friendships and motivations.
Sasha Huber is a Taike supported artist and her next solo exhibition tour is called You Name It.
The next stop for You Name It will be in January at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto, Canada (@thepowerplanttoto) then the Autograph in London, (@autographabp) and then back to Finland at Turku Art Museum (@turkuartmuseum). More information can be found here https://www.kunstinstituutmelly.nl/en/experience/17-sasha-huber-a-solo-exhibition
Producer & Host: Tania Nathan
Guest: Sasha Huber
Sound recording, editing & live streaming: Lucio Celomundo
*The audio piece has been recorded at the Helsinki Open Waves performance & recording room located at Caisa & the guest had online participation.
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