This summer the audience is invited to join us at the poolside in TROPEZ for a series of live readings and poolside chats with writers, poets and artists. Literature has the means to help us escape, reimagine the world anew, or offer bold new ways to engage with the world. It's empathy building. It's also fun. Between weekly interactions with the Tropez live webcam, BDP and TROPEZ produce Empathy When - the TROPEZ Writing Podcast! We will be recording the conversations of John Holten with his guests Dani Arbid, Samantha Bohatsch, Alan Murrin, Mitch Speed, Musa Okwonga, Elif Saydam, Jasmine Reimer, Adam Fearon, and Anna Szaflarski for the public to enjoy socially distanced storytelling!
For the sixth edition of BDP's Empathy When, we are happy to welcome Adam Fearon on the terrace of TROPEZ, with whom John Holten will discuss some fascinating contemporary implications of some old things! Adam Fearon was born in Dublin in 1984 and now lives in Berlin. In 2019, he received the Arts Council of Ireland's Next Generation Prize and his works were shown at at Butler Gallery in Killkenny. In 2017, Fearon exhibited at Harbinger in Reykjavik and Frankfurter Kunstverein.
Broken Dimanche Press is a European press interested in all aspects of books within the wider discourses of contemporary art and literature. It is committed to operating beyond and across national borders and language regions. Ten years after its founding in 2009, the publishing house, which has published over 70 titles and organised numerous exhibitions and events, started a Writers' Prize. BDP is based in Berlin.
Broken Dimanche Press podcast series at TROPEZ is part of REALITY.