Radio Tenthaus 101 : a gift from somewhere -Eric Gyamfi
24/05/2022 20:00 – 23:00
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In episode 101, we would like to share the second episode of our new radio series “a gift from somewhere radio” by Billie McTernan.
“A gift from somewhere radio” is a monthly program where writer and artist Billie McTernan interviews guests to discuss their artistic interests and practices through their selected piece of literature or film. In the second episode of A gift from somewhere radio series, Billie chats with Eric Gyamfi about the essay “the language of literature” in the book “Azadi -freedom, fascism, fiction”, written by Arun dhati Roy.
Eric Gyamfi (b. 1990, Ghana) is a photographer living and working in Ghana. Eric has a B.A in Information Studies with Economics from the University of Ghana (2010 to 2014). He is currently pursuing an MFA at the Department of painting and sculpture, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(2018 – ). Gyamfi is also a fellow at the Photographers’ Master Class (Khartoum, Sudan 2016 and Nairobi, Kenya 2017, Johannesburg, South Africa 2018). He was a participant of the Nuku Studio Photography Workshops (2016) and World Press Photo West African Master Class (2017), both in Accra. Gyamfi’s works have featured in A Diagnosis of Time; Unlearn What You Have Learned (2021), Ecologies and Politics of the Living (Vienna Biennale 2021), The 11th and 12th Bamako Encounters (2017/2019) and others.