Welcome to Outa-Space podcast.

International Arts and Class Struggle.

You can get links to shows below or go to our podcast page and get podcast from main platforms including Spotify . The links below go to YouTube.

What is “truth” in the modern media? (ep 2.3)

Tyler Mcnally imageWe interviewed Tyler McNally founder of The Last round media collective based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. What is the state of the modern media, journalism and how do different trends in capitalism express the news today and how alternative media needs to respond?

 

Games, creativity and human society (Ep 2.2)

Games 1We talk to Mike Haas from Boston USA an artist and game developer on role games play in society. This is the first part of a series of interviews investigating all sides Gaming and creativity and what socialists need to consider in the struggle to change society.

Theatre and the class struggle (ep 2.1)

townsendWe spoke to the radical theatre group Townsend productions from the UK on the work they do, what inspires them and how art tells the stories of the workers movement that we need to know for future struggles. We also review their latest podcast performance on the spanish civil war “Dare Devil rides to Jarama” and play a track from their

what have we done end of seris one

 

What have we done and where are we going? (Ep10)

In this podcast we get the team together in the space station to see what we think of our first 10 shows, revaluate our art hypothesis and set our future targets…we really think we got a show you should listen to.  The music in this week is a medley of the last 10 shows.

Black lives matter the legacy of the panthers and arts role in the struggle (Ep-9)

EljeerInterview with Eljeer Hawkins

We spoke with Eljeer and revolutionary activists from Harlem, USA about where the struggle against racism is at today, its internationalism, what are the lessons from history and how the symbolism of art is central to the discussions.

futuroVista on the border of hell

Interview with Futuro Berg Fredes

We talk to Futuro, a photographer and filmmaker from Chile, on his documentation of 3 of the world’s notorious refugee camps in France, Greece and Mexico. Why do these places exist and what right does art have to be there. He explains why he is inspired to tell the stories and why we need to hear them.

david MackBeing-alone-misunderstood-and-depressed-an-artistic-resource ? (ep-7)

Interview with  David Mackenzie

In this interview we talk to David a music composer and delve into his inspiration for his creative work to find the meaning of the artistic mind and how it responds to this world we live in.

Daniel TerresDivided Sweden P2 – Zero Tolerance graffiti and art representation (Ep6)

Interview with Daniel Terres 

We talk to Daniel, an Arts worker and social activist about the cultural segregation in the suburbs of Sweden, racism and violent gentrification. What is it about the aesthetics of street art the establishment is scared of?

kristpher LDivided Sweden Part 1 -The Hammerkullen model (ep5)

Interview with Kristopher Lundberg

We talk to Kristpher about how the struggles of the working class community of  Hammerkullen use arts and culture centrally to build the political fightback and why the establishment wants to stop the Hammerkullen model being an example to us all.

Suz Muna

Portraits of a trade unionist

Interview with Suzanne Muna

We talk to Suzanne about her fascinating portraits of people in the lockdown and how it ties with her political outlook, how time allows us to develop our work and ideas, and what role can art play in changing society. Suzanne website  http://www.squashdonkey.org

The Role of the working class artist (ep.3)

Interview with Joe Solo

Joe solo 3Joe talks about how he connects working class history through stories of humanity and is asked what is the place of the artists in the labour movement.
Commentary from the space station from Paranoid Paul.
Music in this episode is “no pasaran” by Joe Solo.

Killed by cops (Ep. 2)

Natalia medinaInterview with Natalia Medina
Natalia talks about the murder of her uncle Walter Medina by the Police in 8th July 1973 in Uruguay while he wrote political graffiti on a wall, the arts festival they have every year to remember him and how they link it to todays struggles.
Music in this episode comes from Uruguayan rapper Viki Style.
Main event is Fagersjöskogen, Stockholm, 12July, 15h
More activities online at @BadArtSverige
https://www.facebook.com/badartswe

The Revolutionary nurse that wrote poetry (Ep.1)

Jac berry logoThe Revolutionary nurse that wrote poetry (Ep.1)
Interview with Jac Berry – England.
In this episode we discuss with Jac about her creative activity while she worked as a intensive care nurse during covid 19. Including issues such as creating clear messages, the role of the workers movement and creativity, who is and isn’t an artist, do hairy legs matter and who is best qualified to make the coffee.
Comments from the space station and music from System Kicker – “See the Danger”

Prelude to Outa-space, the shape of things to come (Ep 0)

prelude the shape of things to come logoThis podcast was made as a test. We put it out as a warm up to explain the hypothesis of the broadcast. We are living in a world of crises, plagues and wars. We have to get our shit together otherwise barbarism and eventually extinction is our future. In Outa-space we are going to explore some key questions around the direction of our future, the class struggle, role of art and how we challenge Capitalism’s roller coaster ride to doom. This podcast is a modest start hopefully you get something from it especially the shape on the show, a major interview, comment and some music.