Intermezzo Podcast speaks with Afro-Brazilian artist, Bartira

What happens when an Afro-Brazilian artist moves to London then finds herself situated in Italy? Find out in the next episode of Intermezzo hosted by Amanda Agyei.

Bartira is an experimental electronic music artist, hailing from Bahia in North East Brazil. She lived in London for many years and is now based in Southern Italy. Along her journey of migration, her artistic practice has stayed constant and dynamic, speculating on the digital age and Black intel, she uses a myriad of techniques from field recordings, hacking, sound installations and more. User of the hashtag #Makenoiseblackagain, I give you the illustrious Bartira.

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