Nina Power, editor of The Wire, in conversation with....
BRDCST is AB’s outstanding indoor spring festival spotlighting musical boundlessness. The name is a direct reference to the retro futuristic electronica-pop of English band Broadcast, which released inspiring albums like ‘Haha Sound’ and ‘Noise Made By The People’ over the past decade. Artists who feel strongly about musical innovation will form the centre of attention at BRDCST. Our musical gut feeling will do the rest.
A few hours prior to performing in the AB Salon, Nadah El Shazly will be talking to Nina Power.
Nina Power is a philosopher, writer, cultural critic and social theorist. She is professor in the Philosophy Faculty of Roehampton University and writes for the likes of The Wire, The Guardian and Frieze. The most important themes that she writes about in her books and articles are philosophy, film, music, art, feminism and politics.
Entry is free of charge according to the principle ‘First come, first served.’
This also applies to those with a Limited BRDCST Festival Pass.