The Monocle Weekly

Julian Rosefeldt, Sudan Archives and Sam Leith

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19 November 2017

Episode 437

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Artist and filmmaker Julian Rosefeldt discusses ‘Manifesto’, his collaboration with Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett. We also hear from US musician Sudan Archives, whose music combines progressive beats, global influences and a healthy dose of the good old-fashioned violin, and we talk writing with journalist and author Sam Leith.

19 November 2017

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Tom Edwards joins Monocle’s Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound to discuss some of next week’s possible big stories.

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Chapter 2

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Julian Rosefeldt

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Rosefeldt’s latest project looks at the ideas behind art itself – the whole of art – not just his own. Entitled ‘Manifesto’, it features Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett acting out various roles, designed to explain some of the big ideas that have helped define art’s story.

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Sudan Archives

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LA-based musician Sudan Archives has caught the attention of much-loved record label Stones Throw with her unconventional coupling of experimental beats to self-taught violin.

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Sam Leith

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Journalist, author and literary critic Sam Leith knows a few things about what makes a good read and his latest book, ‘Write to the Point: How to be Clear, Correct and Persuasive on the Page’, seeks to pass on some of that knowledge.

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