We Are Rhythm - S01 / A09

Chapter 9: Surfing the Waves

This story is about the beauty and art of catching waves as a surfer.

The story is written by Ivo Lima Do Carmo, who graduated in philosophy from the University of Lisbon. He is a writer, he has a post-graduate degree in “surf and performance”, and opened a surf school ‘Club Vagabond’, where he teaches. Do Carmo is also president of the local surf and environmental association.

The illustrations for this story are made by Barrack Rima who is a comic artist, a filmmaker and a member of the Beirut-based Samandal comics association.

To view the artwork that was made for this story, please check out this link.

The story in this episode is read by Ivo lima Do Carmo.

Over We Are Rhythm

Rhythm is of all times and everywhere around us. In the moon and the stars, in ebb and flow, in trams, buses and traffic lights, at home and at school, on the internet and in your telephone. Rhythm is a force that helps us to be healthy, to carry on and to feel good.

In this podcast, you can listen to stories from artistic and scientific researchers and their experience with rhythm in our rapidly changing world.

'We Are Rhythm' is part of the Values for Survival research program. This is the Dutch contribution to the 17th Architecture Biënnale in Venice. Commissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut, this program was designed by Caroline Nevejan, the Chief Science Officer of the Municipality of Amsterdam. 

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