I will be at two events at this year’s Rewire Festival in The Hague. See you there! Sonus and Sonic Entanglements meLê yamomo Thu 6 Apr | 19:00-20:00 | The Grey Space During this video-lecture-performance and conversation, meLê yamomo will discuss his research on “sonus,” the sound that is archived… Continue reading
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The Big Playback Part 2: meLê yamomo
Margaret Munchheimer interviewed me for the podcast series The Big Playback. She asked me about my work as a sound artist and sound historian, and I shared my practice and philosophy on how I consider sound as a method of decolonization. I spoke about my theory of the sonus which… Continue reading
TIMEZONES: Ears on/of Makiling
I am excited to share with you this TIMEZONES podcast episode entitled »Ears on/of Makiling« — a collection of stories about the mountain we call our artistic home. Put on your headphones and listen to the tapestry of soundscapes from the mountain and of the sonic lives of Ibarangs across… Continue reading
Nusasonic Radio — “Vicissitudes”
Check our latest episode of Nusasonic Radio — “Vicissitudes” produced by CTM Festival In this episode, we hear from different voices of Berlin’s Southeast Asian diaspora who are active in music, sound, and art scenes. These voices are compiled into 4 segments: Segment 1: Soydivision and Un.thai.theld collectivesfeatures discussion by… Continue reading
The Sonic Entanglements Podcast is up!
I am excited to announce that the Sonic Entanglements Podcast is now online. This series examines the history of sound in Southeast Asia, through conversations with sound experts: historians, archivists, sound engineers, artists, and scholars. In presenting postcolonial and decolonial sound scholarship through podcast, this show underscores the sonicity of… Continue reading