This is a time of loss and unheard stories. Four artists of our autumn programme are no longer travelling to Brussels. Not from Tunis, nor Bogotá, Nairobi or New Delhi. Their absence is strongly present.
Borders are closing, Europe too. Colonial entanglements, structural racism and violent systems of exclusion are becoming more apparent than ever under Covid-19. Which systems aid movement and which hinder it? What permits one person to travel and another not to? How are decisions being made, who takes decisions for you and under what circumstances?
Mohamed Toukabri, Mallika Taneja, Catalina Insignares and Ogutu Muraya share their thoughts on the current situation. This is what they have to say: