Pluriversal Radio is a collaborative practice of listening to land and all that lives there, and amplifying voices of resistance to extractivism and stories about livelihoods that do not imply exploitation of other bodies (human and other-than-human). In the places Pluriversal Radio live and work, their practices are rooted in solidarity with indigenous populations and local communities defending water, air and earth from the assault of resource industries hellbent on extracting land powers, blood and knowledges without reciprocity and consensuality. The Radio’s collaborators are today listening and voicing throughout the colonial borders of Fennoscandia and Sámi lands, Opaskwayak Cree First Nation (Turtle Island) and ex-Yugoslavia. This collaborative practice draws power from de-colonial, eco feminist, queer, anticapitalist, antifascist resistance, thoughts and actions.
The workgroup consists of akcg (anna kindgren + carina gunnars), Opaskwayak Cree Alex Wilson, Elin Már Øyen Vister and mirko nikolić.
Their work has been supported by Kone Foundation and Nordic Culture Fund. They presented at New Performance Turku and Ärjän-festivaali. For more information, you can visit the website