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Article | Nov 2010

VoxPop – RU on the state of artist mobility

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During the Res Artis conference in Montreal this fall, the organization freeDimensional produced a series of interviews on Crossing Borders - The state of artist mobility

How does artist travel relate to other forms of human mobility? At a time when tensions are high across borders and cultures (and hurdles to mobility increase), citizens, communities and governments are listening to artists and cultural programmers as vanguard voices on complex issues and look to the solutions they propose with renewed interest … even urgency!

View the entire series on fD's Vimeo channel!

Compilation of cases by three intersecting networks: Res Artis, freeDimensional, The Upgrade

Below is co-founder/director of Residency Unlimited, Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria's take on the subject.

Vox Pop - Artists & Mobility: Challenges enhance and motivate initiatives from freeDimensional on Vimeo.


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