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A collaboration with performer Pedro De Senna. In a controversial move aiming at denaturalising the position of the greek language in a seemingly apolitical, cross-temporal context, a Brazilian neo-Nazi decides to learn greek in order to refine his extreme-right-identity. The first steps in the new language are made through racist slogans and folk-pop songs and the limits between normal greek culture and its alleged fascist diversion blur - with language being key, a language which - through metaphorical and metonymic slides - reaches from an innocent artistic expression to racial hatred and back again. This video proved terribly prophetic some years later, when American skinheads said that they take inspiration from Greek neonazis.

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