Charlie Clemoes (26) Charlie likes ratatouille, the Reumann-Hof housing complex in Vienna and Militant Care. He wants to discover new forms of of society that are taking shape across Europe.

Radio Echo w/ fanfare – PUB

The fifth episode of Radio Echo with fanfare, speaking to PUB’s Daniel Seemayer

Radio Echo w/ fanfare – /b/channel #1 Nolwenn Salaun

The first part of the fourth episode of Radio Echo with fanfare

Radio Echo w/ fanfare – Office for Workspace Studies (pt.2)

The second part of the third episode of Radio Echo with fanfare

Radio Echo w/ fanfare – Office for Workspace Studies (pt.1)

The third episode of Radio Echo with fanfare

Radio Echo w/ fanfare – NXS

In the second instalment of Radio Echo with fanfare, we talk to NXS.

Radio Echo w/fanfare – Station to Station

In association with fanfare we talk to Bojana Panevska of Station to Station

Work and Art

The fifth European Echo podcast, which picks up the conversation with Domenique Himmelsbach de Vries.

Vinteuil

The fourth European Echo podcast returns to talk again with artist Xavier Robles de Medina, this time about his own work

Buy & Create

The third European Echo podcast in which Charlie talks about the creativity of consumption with Xavier Robles de Medina.

Outsiders and Artists

In this, the second European Echo podcast, Charlie is joined by social artist Domenique Himmelsbach-de Vries beginning their ongoing discussion about art and society.

, Amsterdam

Love in the Time of Brexit

In the third instalment of Brexit Stories, Charlie reads out an e-mail he wrote to his friend Guy a week after the vote.

Red Vienna in Pictures

A selection of pictures from the research into Red Vienna, as discussed in the European Echo podcast.

, Vienna

European Echo Podcast – Red Vienna

For this, the first European Echo Podcast, the subject is Red Vienna. To discuss this, European Echo editor, Charlie Clemoes, is joined by Georgie Sinclair, founder and editor of ISO magazine.

Brexit Stories – A Knock on the Head from Brexit, Part 2

Following the first instalment of Brexit Stories, a few extra thoughts surrounding Matt’s investment in social media in his two week-long recovery.

, Lewisham

Brexit Stories – A Knock on the Head from Brexit, Part 1

The first instalment of the Brexit Stories podcast

Narrating Syria, Part 2: Contesting the Narrative

Charlie continues his series of “Narrating Syria” articles, moving on to discuss European responsibility for instability in the region

Narrating Syria, Part 1: Abandoning the Mainstream Narrative

Charlie begins the first in a series of articles derived from his talk at New Europeans “Narrating Syria” event

A Flag Dialogue, part 2: Debt in Everyday Speech

Charlie continues his discussion of the ideas behind the flags recently raised at the wall, this time explaining their use of everyday language

A Flag Dialogue, part 1: A Brief History of Debt

Charlie discusses the meaning behind the flags recently raised at the wall, relating the connection between the flags and the Greek Debt Crisis

Justifying Brexit

A few justifications for the British people’s desire to leave the European Union

David Bade’s Frieze of Our Time – Interview

In the past week artist David Bade has begun work on a decorative relief at the New Europeans site. Charlie spent some time talking to him on Monday as he was finishing up for the day.

Failure by Results, Success by Every Other Measure

Charlie on the successful New Europeans’ Break Out Session at the Night of Philosophy

Is this what you *really* want?

Charlie gives an explanation of our weekly quote, our billboard and the flags at our site

Mattress Spring

In the third in a series of articles on New Europeans’ trip to Calais migrant camp, Charlie discusses a single object taken from the remains of Calais’ North Sector

Art from Calais

In the second of a series of articles on the New Europeans’ trip to Calais migrant camp, Charlie explores the issues with making art from the remains of the dismantled North Sector of the camp

Our Journey to Calais

The first in a series of recollections of our visit to Calais migrant camp

Seven Easy Questions for Dina Danish

As an accompaniment to “Seven Easy Blank Wall Solutions”, a collaboration between Dina Danish and New Europeans Freja Kir and Stefan Auberg, we asked Dina Seven Easy Questions about the work.