Radio Otherwise Launch


Radio Otherwise is a participatory online radio programme revolving around collective storytelling. Over the 100-day programme of Manifesta 14 Prishtina, contributions to Radio Otherwise will also be broadcast on local radio stations.  

The programme begins with contributions by artists Anna Bromley with A voice exists in voicing as well as Susan Philipsz and the Radio International Collective, whose project Radio International is jointly situated at the Grand Hotel Prishtina and the K67 kiosk restored by Ilir Dalipi in Zahir Pajaziti Square. Radio Otherwise is realised in five formats.  

Please see the list of formats below, and stay tuned as we release the contribution from Anna Bromley: 

Oh, the People You’ll Meet  

Manifesta 14 participants – artists, team members and collaborators – talk about their work, their experiences with and thoughts on the European Nomadic Biennial.  

Prishtina Is Everywhere 

Writers from around the region and the diaspora investigate people’s changing relationship with public space through the lens of transition, migration and water, capital, love, ecology and speculation. With a title inspired by Kai Vöckler’s eponymous study, the series is hosted by Simon Kurti and includes podcasts by Ardit Hoxha, Ms. Indefinite, Gjorge Jovanovik, Diana Malaj, Marisa Rodiqi, Vesselina Sarieva, Seda Yildiz, Arnisa Zeqo and others.  

Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea 

People from around town tell the stories about the city that matter to them  

Kosovo Unearthed 

Student and singer-songwriter Marisa Rodiqi unearths Kosovo’s music talents, discussing their influences, dreams and desires.   

What’s on?  

A weekly round-up of what’s happening at Manifesta 14 Prishtina, who’s in town, what to look out for and what not to miss.   


A series of 5 recording sessions at the Brick Factory, one of the main Manifesta 14 venues. This series is hosted by Vanesa Orana 


Radio Otherwise, is a project in-the-making at the Centre for Narrative Practice. We invite you to join us in shaping the emerging programme, which will continue after the biennial.If you would like to contribute a story in English, Albanian or Serbian, or to propose a new format for the future, please let us know.