"Petter Lindgren see an investigative video"
"There is nothing I can prove empirically, but a feeling I have. The informal power structure that is so strong in the day were not in the past. Sweden seemed to be more democratic in the 1970s and 1980s.”"
"Karla López, a former member of parliament for the green Party, the greens, provides an eerie image of what ought to be the Swedish hub of democracy, the Parliament. Utstickare marginalisation, mean Lópes, and as a woman and immigrant, it is easy to be discriminated against. ”Sweden is a very open and tolerant country, but Parliament is very closed and much worse than the rest of the country.”"
"in the diplomatic row artist Carlos Received Invandrararkiven: Democracy is not dead, it just smell strange, an investigative video work consisting of a half-dozen interviews with residents in Sweden or in the united states, on how they perceive the Swedish democracy. We meet, among others, Luis Adolfo Conde Costas (sociologist), Pablo Leiva (the lawyer at the RFSL) and Joanna Castro (information officer at Zenit, a global forum for the young at Kulturhuset in Stockholm, sweden)."
"the Votes differ, but, in accordance with Lopéz expressing all the experiences of exclusion and ethnic discrimination. The border between ”immigrants” and ”natives” are maintained systematically, they argue, and the Swedish self-image of the nation as a homogeneous osynliggör deviant groups. ”Immigrants can be filtered away before reaching the decision-making level, where the country's future be devised,” said Juan Fonseca, who runs the discrimination office in Stockholm."
"Not the least for myself is the Received survey is a very important work. How often are otherwise a råttfärgad Swedish man in his best years reason to think of democracy? I was born into it, and it has seemed to me as self-evident and that the gray bedrock in the Konsthall C Work. It is easy to forget that democracy (like granite) is still unfinished and in motion, the future is uncertain."
"This may seem strange, but is the more logical and interesting when Motta insists that it is among those interviewed in Latin america has been something of a cliché to talk about the Swedish model, 'el modelo sueco', as a positive counterpart to the ”sick” democracy in the home countries. The show is based on the good international reputation of Sweden built up in the 70's, with its permissive stance on social issues, their successful unions and famous equality between the sexes."
"It's probably not just among the people of Latin america that rumor still persists."
"Invandrararkiven: Democracy is not dead, it just smell weird."
"Konsthall C in Hökarängen, Stockholm"
"Footnote: Videointervjuerna in Invandrararkiven: Democracy is not dead, it just smell strange will also be published in book form, in collaboration with the Publishing house Atlas."