Taking advantage of both the intimacy and unpredictability of the live radio studio space and the reach and scope of the internet, Pan African Space Station Pop-Up seeks to forge new collaborations across time and space. A combination of live conversations, travelogues, discussion sessions and performances, together with exhibitions of new and archival material interrogate our shared histories.

The programming of each pop-up studio is curated by Chimurenga in collaboration with local cultural producers and thinkers culminating in an ongoing archive of conversations and experiences. Through a single event, the PASS pop-up studio brings together the processes of creation and production; documentation and archiving, and, finally, dissemination and broadcasting.

December will see PASS land in Amsterdam. Until then, check out our previous installations in Lagos, Helsinki, New York and more.