Archival Frequencies: Decolonising the Archive
What does it mean to decolonise the archive and is it possible? What do we do with our past and heritage? How do we create and recreate our own narratives? Can archives offer possibilities for repair and healing?
Part three of Black Archives Sweden’s podcast is a deep and dynamic conversation between Etienne Joseph from Decolonising the Archive (DTA) and host Samuel Girma. The talk takes us on a sonic trip through different continents and life stages, interweaved with reflections and discussions on liberation, Black internationalism and Black social movements.
The following sound bites are used in the episode:
Soundbite 1(intro sound): Earth Sound – Exhibition Soundscape, from DTA
Soundbite 2: Don’t Forget Your Culture – Esther Stanford-Xosei, from DTA
Soundbite 3: Earth Sound – Exhibition Soundscape, from DTA
All the soundbites in the episode are from DTA’s archive.
Host: Samuel Girma
Producer: Daniel Säfström
Graphic Designer: Lars Høie
Studio: Folkets Husby
Concept: Black Archives Sweden
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The episode is done by Black Archives Sweden in collaboration with Konstfrämjandet Stockholm and with support from The City of Malmö and Region Skåne.