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Daniel Lie: Rotten TV British Council Digital Collaboration Fund

The Digital Collaboration Fund is a new pilot fund offering grants by British Council to organisations in the UK and selected countries overseas to collaborate digitally on international projects.

Rotten TV: a digital residency and broadcasting studio for artists and thinkers from Brazil, Indonesia and the UK to rethink perceptions of life, death and ecosystem renewal.


“The British Council funding is a game changing shot in the arm for not only Jupiter but also the ability to support and work artists across the global South. This funding cements our work with Daniel Lie and creates a digital platform for other artists with the powerful message we are one, we can work together to be hopeful for and aware of our environment​”
“This collaboration has been endowed vital energy and brings optimism for us in this unsettling new year.”
“To be able to develop the project Rotten TV is a step towards a reparation of narrative regarding a crucial process of existence that is often pushed to the margins: understanding that the passage of time and the transmutation of organic matter through the process of rottenness is key for sustainability in multiple levels of life. I would like to thank the jury of this selection and British Council for this opportunity, and hope this project creates awareness and images for other possibilities of living.”