Mon, 17 March 2014
Late modernist cityplanning has taken on a different meaning today in Stockholm, the Swedish capital that has become one of the most segregated cities in Europe. "Tensta Museum: Reports from the new Sweden", currently shown at the art gallery Tensta Konsthall, is an exhibition on cultural heritage and identity in the Million Programme suburb – a remnant from a different era, when the Swedish welfare state was built.
Broadcaster and reporter: Salka Hallström Bornold
Interview with: Ulrika Flink (curator, Tensta Konsthall)
Sound producer: Lars William
Presented by: The Swedish furniture company Lammhults