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Across cultures, people don’t laugh about the same things. Can dramatic events be made fun of? Where is the limit? How to handle black humour? And what can satire do for social change?
We are making some upgrades to the podcast production and publishing processes so we are rebroadcasting some of our most popular episodes from this first part of the year.
It’s been a good 20 years I haven’t sat in front of TV cartoons first thing in the morning. Doing so with the author himself (in his own auditorium!) was like a dream come true. In addition to the great success of his comic book character Dickie, Pieter De Poortere happens to be a very insightful person I could ask about black humour, visual storytelling, the artist’s take on suffering and social issues. As always, I learnt a lot. I am pretty sure this interview will be thought-provoking for you as well. Let me know if you come to any realisation!
Speak soon, Dance, do more, be cosmic. 🕺💫💫
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Produced by Camille Duran Music Credits: License by Ins. Green White Space.
About Cosmic Cosmic is a new influencer network dedicated to change agents working with urgent social and environmental issues. We create the environment and experiences for cosmic moments to happen. We help change makers resource themselves, make meaningful connections and best leverage the power of the universe. www.becosmic.org Instagram: @cosmic.change
About Camille Duran Camille is a producer, writer, interviewer, campaign & media strategist, entrepreneur, DJ, musician and avid traveler. An activist at heart, he is fascinated by how change happens in society and within people. This quest has become the focal point of his career and recently led to Cosmic, which he founded in December 2018. Camille also runs Green Exchange, a production house dedicated to social and environmental issues.
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