Learning program by Salim Bayri and Ghita Skali ‘It’s interesting to think of it as an infrastructure that brings us all closer to truly grassroots contexts. Colonial Europe never imagined us as people with agency and power, and the current extension of that history is still perplexed about what to make of us. We, as Moroccan artists, are creating something and the world needs to know about. Open Call for New Radicalisms festival Of course nostalgia is on the rise as everyone is confronted with a certain loss this year we need to feel grounded in our roots but on the other we long for the freedom to remain fluid. We’re all very dependent on non-governmental channels. So, WhatsApp can go down, and the entire music industry in Morocco will stop, but the servers of the national archive of Beeld & Geluid will still be on.