Afro-Sonic Mapping

2019, Nov 1 — 17

What musical patterns have been preserved in the sounds of the African Diaspora, thus defying time and forced migration? What sonic affinities exist between Luanda, Lisbon and Salvador da Bahia, or between Dakar, Cali and Lima? How did postcolonial appropriations and transfer processes become inscribed in contemporary rhythms across the Atlantic and beyond?

To project

Video – 1:13:00

Fred Moten: Symphony of Combs

Moderated by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

Video – 1:26:20

Rui Vieira Nery: Networks of Sound in Portuguese Early Music

Introduction by Anselm Franke, Paz Guevara English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

Audio – 1:14:55

Rui Vieira Nery: Networks of Sound in Portuguese Early Music

Introduction by Anselm Franke, Paz Guevara English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

Audio – 1:17:25

Fred Moten: Symphony of Combs

Moderated by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

Audio – 0:17:09

Conversation with Greg Tate, Jihan El-Tahri and Satch Hoyt

Moderated by Paz Guevara English original version Nov 1, 2019