Rádio Voz da Liberdade pays tribute to the essential role played by radio stations in the dissemination of independence struggles around the world, such as the Portuguese radio station Rádio Voz da Liberdade, which was hosted by the RTA Radio diffusion Television Algerienne from 1962 to 1974 until the fall of the dictatorial regime of the New State. A rare moment of an African radio station supporting the liberation of a European country. These sister radios are represented by two sculptures based on 1960s postage stamp illustrations and the large murals based on archival material, including photographs, trace the history of these revolutionary media. The tribute to Rádio Voz da Liberdade promotes a sensitive and committed relationship between art and liberation radios.
Photo Laurent Lecat / Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, 2022.