Jesper Huor: “There’ll be more Wikileaks”

January 27th, 2011 1 Comment

On 19 January, the CCCB organized an Off the Programme activity, one not scheduled in the Centre’s annual agenda but that was motivated by current affairs: Wikileaks. The event consisted of screening the documentary produced by Swedish television, “Wikirebels”, followed by a debate with one of its makers, Jesper Huor, the artist Daniel G. Andújar and the activist Patrice Riemens.

As a result of the impact caused on the Internet by the “Wikirebels” documentary and all the questions arising on the subject of Wikileaks, we thought it would be interesting to interview Jesper Huor, a journalist who investigated the organization, and some of its foremost members.

We asked the readers of VEUS CCCB to put forward questions for the Swedish journalist Jesper Huor. We then picked out some of the questions suggested by Borja, Emma Guasch, Javier, Pau, Marula and Neus Flores prior to the interview. Using these and other questions proposed by Lucia Calvo and Ingrid Guardiola at the CCCB, we came up with this short collaborative interview. Jesper Huor talked to us about the “Wikirebels” documentary project and how Wikileaks works: its members, how it’s financed and how leaks are confirmed.

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On 19 January, the CCCB organized an Off the Programme activity, one not scheduled in the Centre’s annual agenda but that was motivated by current affairs: Wikileaks. The event consisted of screening the documentary produced by Swedish television, “Wikirebels”, followed by a debate with one of its makers, Jesper Huor, the artist Daniel G. Andújar and the activist Patrice Riemens.

As a result of the impact caused on the Internet by the “Wikirebels” documentary and all the questions arising on the

On 19 January, the CCCB organized an Off the Programme activity, one not scheduled in the Centre’s annual agenda but that was motivated by current affairs: Wikileaks. The event consisted of screening the documentary produced by Swedish television, “Wikirebels”, followed by a debate with one of its makers, Jesper Huor, the artist Daniel G. Andújar and the activist Patrice Riemens.

As a result of the impact caused on the Internet by the “Wikirebels” documentary and all the questions arising on the subject of Wikileaks, we thought it would be interesting to interview Jesper Huor, a journalist who investigated the organization, and some of its foremost members.

We asked the readers of VEUS CCCB to put forward questions for the Swedish journalist Jesper Huor. We then picked out some of the questions suggested by Borja, Emma Guasch, Javier, Pau, Marula and Neus Flores prior to the interview. Using these and other questions proposed by Lucia Calvo and Ingrid Guardiola at the CCCB, we came up with this short collaborative interview. Jesper Huor talked to us about the “Wikirebels” documentary project and how Wikileaks works: its members, how it’s financed and how leaks are confirmed.

subject of Wikileaks, we thought it would be interesting to interview Jesper Huor, a journalist who investigated the organization, and some of its foremost members.

We asked the readers of VEUS CCCB to put forward questions for the Swedish journalist Jesper Huor. We then picked out some of the questions suggested by Borja, Emma Guasch, Javier, Pau, Marula and Neus Flores prior to the interview. Using these and other questions proposed by Lucia Calvo and Ingrid Guardiola at the CCCB, we came up with this short collaborative interview. Jesper Huor talked to us about the “Wikirebels” documentary project and how Wikileaks works: its members, how it’s financed and how leaks are confirmed.

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