52 Conversations #7 Harry Giles

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The seventh conversation is with performance maker and poet Harry Giles. We talk about defining your politics, how politics feels, activism and art, pessimism, survival, losing, framing history, marxist giraffes, whether or not the powerful are miserable, what you think when you look at Tony Blair, happiness, suffering, making people cry, tax returns, buying things, self-service checkouts, Brecht, running out of coffee, how much babies eat and whether they have pudding and many other things…

A small person helps.

An explanation  of the project can be found [...here...].

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[…Harry Giles 52 Conversations #7…]

ps – i know, i know, i haven’t put up number 6 yet. That’s because it was three and a half hours long and i have to do a bit of editting…

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