Episode Five: Roshan James talks about deconstructing normality through art and poetry

On episode five, artist and poet Roshan James talks about how her creativity has helped her deconstruct societal norms, allowing her to turn everything she was taught on its head and re-examine it to find out what little things might have been true or make sense and could be helpful to carry forward and what things are just the chaff that needs to go into the wind.

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This episode starts with the song Crazy Demons Play by Danbert Nobacon, Kira Wood Cramer and the Axis of Dissent from the double Album Mesmerica – Expect a Circus.

CRAZY DEMONS PLAY | Danbert Nobacon, Kira Wood Cramer & The Axis of Dissent | Danbert Nobacon & The Axis of Dissent (bandcamp.com)

The rest of this episode’s music and spoken word pieces are excerpts from Roshan’s Warm Love single.

This interview was conducted for a feature article on Wood-stein.ca

Roshan James creates art encouraging re-examination of societal norms – Wood-stein.ca Media

Here are some links related to the topics discussed during this interview.

The Secret Language of Trees (14) The Secret Language of Trees – YouTube & (14) Humongous Fungus: The Biggest Thing To Ever Live – YouTube

The positive effects of Cannabis and Psilocybin The Shroom Boom: How magic mushrooms are being used to treat mental health – YouTube & Cannabis Shop | Store Locations | True North Cannabis Co. (tncc.ca)

Air India Flight 182 Final Report | Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182 (majorcomm.ca)

Bigotry is inherent in Canadian culture. Is that a flag or a rag flapping over the misinformation superhighway? – Wood-stein.ca Media & Exercising my freedom in Toronto, or what I did on my winter vacation (midwesternnewspapers.com)

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