Daniel Alves and Natália Constâncio in Árvores sem Raízes

Daniel Alves and Natália Constâncio were received in the Árvores sem Raízes program.

The coordinators of the Atlas of Literary Landscapes of Mainland Portugal project spoke with Eduardo Costa Pinto about maps, technologies, routes, Portuguese literature and the way in which all this can build a place.

Recorded at Rádio Antecâmara’s studio at Centro Cultural de Belém, Árvores sem Raízes aims to talk about the construction of contemporary landscape and the relationship of our collective imagination with the places we inhabit.

Full interview here.

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