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I See You

I See You

By Carolina Pfister
Sound explorations about home and belonging as told by a Brazilian immigrant in the Pacific Northwest. The first series begins in 2017 on a gentrifying inner city block. The second series is now rural and begins in a fractured 2020.
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Arnica (#2, S2)
When I asked Arnica if we could record some of our conversations, she asked me why. I don’t remember what I told her, truth is, I was simply curious.
31:14
April 3, 2021
Covid and the Collective (#1, S2)
The year is 2020, and I want to believe that disasters are opportunities to step into collective thinking.
20:41
November 22, 2020
Growth Monster (#4, S1)
There once was an 100 year old cottage in an odd little city.
01:07:20
May 22, 2020
Soul of a Place (#3, S1)
Our block has 12 children, 2 affordable rentals, 4 black owned homes, 4 white owned homes, a first generation Vietnamese Mama and an immigrant Brazilian Mama that is me. 
01:04:09
May 22, 2020
My Year of Noise (#2, S1)
Your loud party keeps me up at night.
25:22
May 22, 2020
Psychic Home (#1, S1)
We start out on a gentrifying inner city block of Portland (OR). 
10:35
May 22, 2020