S1EP10: Protest Forms, with Marinella Senatore

May 2, 2021


Marinella Senatore is a multi-disciplinary artist with a practice characterised by a strong collective and participatory dimension. Merging forms of resistance and local vernacular with popular culture, dance, music mass events and activism, her work rethinks the political nature of collective formations and presents an opportunity for the public to generate social change.

In conversation with Visible chief curator Matteo Lucchetti, Senatore talks about ‘Protest Forms: Memory and Celebration’, a project exploring the multifaceted forms and rich legacies of protest in different countries, while also engaging with ecology of affiliation, empowerment, and belonging.

This is the last episode of Society of the Many, season one of Visible Storytelling.