On icebergs, on murder mysteries set on a ship traveling in the Antarctic mist and why we can still have Romantic faith in our humanistic future

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  • Space Specials_Adrian Dannatt_June 2017
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This is the third edition out of 12 of the Antarctic Biennale Expedition broadcast.

Barbara Imhof in conversation with Adrian Dannatt. Adrian is a British, more correctly Welsh writer who lives in Paris, travels the globe and writes about his observations from different places in the world. He has a close connection to the arts and their protagonists.

The interview was recorded onboard the ship Sergey Vasilov during the Antarctic Biennale expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula in March 2017.

The Antarctic Biennale was initiated and created by the Russian artist Alexander Ponomarev and curated by Nadim Samman.

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