27.07.2022
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Son[i]a #345. Clàudia Pagès
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Son[i]a #345. Clàudia Pagès

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with artist and writer Clàudia Pagès that we were unable to include the first time around. We talk about living and writing in different languages, about the fragile balance between precision and artefacts, about Spanglish, and about standing up for Spanishisms. We also look into shared readings as a strategy for thinking together.

Conversation: Ricardo Cárdenas, Albert Tarrats and Anna Ramos. Script: Ricardo Cárdenas. Production: Anna Ramos.
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