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Still from Se Vende dir. Jorge Perugorría

Welcome to the seventh episode of our podcast series.

In this episode: Pinar Aksu & Iman Tajik speak about the process of creating and curating The Sea of Paperwork, a project led by Maryhill Integration Network in collaboration with young people from across Glasgow; Eirene Houston from Havana Glasgow Film Festival talks about this year's programme and the black humour common to Glaswegian and Cuban culture; Gerry Rossi effuses about the spontaneity, reciprocity and inclusion that underpins GIOfest, Glasgow's annual festival of improvisation; and Travis Alabanza speaks about breaking the rules of theatre and how making a burger can open up a conversation about complicity in transphobia.


Pinar Aksu & Iman Tajik, The Sea of Paperwork & Maryhill Integration Network (55s)
Eirene Houston, Havana Glasgow Film Festival (15m 24s)
Gerry Rossi, GIOfest (32m 45s)
Travis Alabanza, performance (46m 30s)

Where to listen

You can listen to our podcast on this page, via Soundcloud, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple iTunes and Google Podcasts.

About the podcast

Across this series, Gareth K Vile (Theatre Editor of The List Magazine, who also blogs wild critical theory here) chats to some of the amazing people who make, produce and contribute to our programme: from artists, curators and programmers, to community organisers and social clubs. We'll take a deep dive into exhibitions, gigs, performances and events - exploring the ideas and ethos that underpin our approach to programming and how you can get involved.

Thank you to everyone who took part and to Unclassed Media & Sunny Govan Community Radio - listen live here.