Ksenia Ermoshina is an Internet freedom activist and researcher. We met with her ahead of Elevate Festival 2020 for a conversation around present and upcoming political, cultural and technological struggles.
Irina Nalis is a psychologist, cyclist, reader and techno veteran. We met with her ahead of Elevate Festival 2020 for a conversation around the festival's main theme, "Human Nature".
Mathis Hampel is an Austrian climate geographer, science and technology researcher and universal basic income advocate. He runs the climate change blog in the daily newspaper Der Standard and publishes internationally on relevant topics. Since 2018, he has been heading the editorial office of the civil society association Generation Grundeinkomme.
We met up with digital rights activist and privacy defender Katharina Nocun during European Lab 2019 (Lyon, France).
We met Srecko Horvat at TodaysArt 2019 as part of an upcoming video series shot in Lyon and The Hague and discussed climate change, Europe's survival and the transformation of our system.
Journalist Vicenç Batalla met up with Abdelwahed, who's part of the 2019 selection of Faces of We are Europe, ahead of her performance at Insomnia Festival 2018 (Tromsø, Norway).
After having performed at Nuits sonores in May, and Reworks festival last month, the artist, whose next album Blind Heaven will be released on 7K!Label on the 08 November, sat down with us to answer our 10 questions.
Journalist Vicenç Batalla met up with Albert Barqué-Duran, who's one of our 2019 Faces of We are Europe, in Barcelona in June 2019.
Iceland's Bjarki, who is part of our selection of our 2019 Faces of We are Europe selection, opens up about his perception of Europe, memories of a rave from Trip Record, ecological commitment and why people should be mobilised for European elections.
Are we capable of imagining that the European saucepan that goes with our lid might be woven from cultural and social matter? In order to bring meaning to the existence of its lid, does the saucepan have to define a “European culture”?