The workshops will take place remotely. Registration is free with a deadline of October 13. To participate fill out the registration form that can be found in the description of each course.  

1. Cosmolistening and communicative agency: the listening of others :: Daniel Puig :: 18~21OcT :: 10~12am (gmt -3) (pt)

2. Listening to algorithmic patterns :: Alex Mclean :: 20OcT :: 10~11:30am (gmt -3) (en/pt) 

3. Play with video camera:: Marina Mapurunga :: 21Oct :: 10~12am (gmt -3) (pt) 

4. Sound Instrumentalization Through Motion Captured by Cell Phone: Elemental Mobile :: Tiago Brizolara :: 18~21OcT :: 10~12am (gmt -3) (pt)

5. Afro-diasporic perspectives in Brazilian sound art :: Edbrass Brasil :: 18~20OcT :: 2~4pm (gmt -3) (Pt)

6. Desconstruction of mass-produced speakers and the creation of a collective sound piece :: Matias Serrano :: 21OcT :: 2~4pm (gmt -3) (es)

7. web Poems - Interactive sound poetry :: Ariane Stolfi :: 18, 20 and 21OcT :: 2~4pm (gmt -3) (pt)

8. The art of patching with Pure Data :: Alexandre Porres :: 18~21OcT :: 2~4pm (gmt -3)(Pt)


1. Cosmolistening and communicative agency: the listening of others - Daniel Puig

18~21OcT :: 10~12am (gmt -3) (pt)

The workshop "Cosmolistening and communicative agency: The listening of others", has a practical and participative character, and being realized online, proposes an exploration and enhancement of the listening through debates, propositions, experiments and examples. It's based on a specialized bibliography, hearing techniques and reflections from intercultural fields aimed at the exploration of distinct networks, like urban sound environments or the birds sound network, in an attempt to grasp a better understading of our own cosmolistening, and thus creating the possibility to (re)learn others. From the examples addressed and shared by the group, focused on the listening aspect, each participant will decide on the route the form and manner in which the result of the workshop will be presented. 

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DANIEL PUIG (1970)works between art, education, music and technology, is a teacher at the Center for Fomation in Arts and Comunication at the Federal do Sul da Bahia University (CFAC-UFSB). At UFSB, he acted at the implementation of the university and was dean of academic management. As a composer and educator, he has recognized works in Brazil and abroad, also dedicating himself to the studies of complexity and inter-transdisciplinarity. Is a member of the research group in Technological Poetry at UFSB and a collaborative researcher at the Alfredo Bosi Chair of Basic Education at the Advanced Studies Institute of USP, in which he completed his postdoctoral degree in Education. He holds a PhD in music from UNIRIO, wish scholarship from DAAD and did a research internship at UDK-Berlin, has a Master's degree in Music and Technology from UFRJ. Among other schools, he was a basic education teacher at CAp-UFRJ for more than 20 years.


2. Listening to algorithmic patterns - Alex Mclean 

20oct :: 10~11:30 am (gmt -3) (en/pt)

A workshop with Alex McLean, instigator of the free/open source TidalCycles project. Alex will talk about live coding, algorave and algorithmic patterns for a while, then we will listen to and talk about different patterns created by with TidalCycles together.

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ALEX MCLEAN is an interdisciplinary researcher, software artist and musician based in Sheffield UK, working on interfaces for exploring Algorithmic Pattern, including the free/open source TidalCycles environment for live coding music, and weaving technologies as part of the five year ERC PENELOPE project lead by Ellen-Harlizius Klück in Deutsches Museum, Munich. He is active across the digital arts, including co-founding the TOPLAP and Algorave live coding/algorithmic music movements, the international conferences on live coding and live interfaces, and the AlgoMech festival of algorithmic and mechanical movement. From December 2021 he starts a four year fellowship exploring algorithmic patterns at independent research lab Then Try This, funded by the UKRI FLF programme.


3. play with video camera - Marina Mapurunga  

21oct :: 10~12am (gmt -3) (pt)

The workshop consists of collective exercises and improvisational propositions aimed at listening and experimenting with the camera of the cell phone device integrated with the sound instrument (voice, body, objects, musical instruments). The objective of this workshop is to start from the listening of others to compose different visual framings when playing, incluiding the camera as a part of the improvisation, exploring private space in the act of playing.

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MARINA MAPURUNGA: Artist and researcher who works in the field of audiovisual, sound art and music. Sound teacher of the Cinema course of the Federal University of Recôncavo da Bahia (UFBR). Currently doing a PhD in Músic at USP, where she develops her research on experimental sound practices as strategies for the reactivation of listening in Cinema courses. Researcher from NuSom-USP and LinkLivre-UFRB. Member of the feminist network Sonora and the Orquestra Errante (Wandering Orchestra). Coordinates the Laboratory for Sound Research, Practice and Experimentation - SONatório, a extension project from UFRB. Her last works are: Estafa Mental n.1 performance, at Sons de Silício 2019 exhibition; soundwalk Dystopian Path, at Dystopie sound art Festival 2020; (in)fleXus, at X Novas Frequências 2020; the videoart Gabinete de Vozes, at the Sampleologia residency to celebrate the 85th anniversary of Oneyda Alvarenga Discoteque CCSP 2021; Ressonâncias, along the Sonora network at the II CHIII Festival 2021; Necessito Respirar, at Sur Aural Festival 2021. Website:


4. Sound Instrumentalization Through Motion Captured by Cell Phone: Elemental Mobile - Tiago Brizolara

18 to 21 OcT :: 10~12am (gmt -3)  (pt)

The workshop explores the motion captured by sensors present in cell phones to perform digital sound instruments. During the meetings, free and open sofwares will be presented (MobMuPlat, Pure Data) in the context of making available to participants the Elemental Mobile, a instrument that incorporates atmospheric sounds through sound synthesis that utilizes cell phones fixed in one or both arms, within an aesthetic proposal that Tiago Brizolara defines as "surreal performance" - an expressive axis of the imitation of nature up to the abstract sound. It will be an opportunity for reflection and, if there is time, production in the multidisciplinary field of New Interfaces of Mussic Expression (NIMEs). The workshop is aimed at curious, musicians, sound artists, dancers, actors and digital luthiers.

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TIAGO BRIZOLARA: Popular music fiction, scientific computation, audio design, interactive applications. Tiago Brizolara comes from a brazilian music background (specially instrumental), takes the road to festivals in the 2000s and from 2016 onwards begins to create digital musical/visual instruments from captured movement, interactive installations and tracks for contemporary art, with partnerships that include the R.I.S.C.O group, digital atelier O Sítio and artists such as Flora Holderbaum and Juliana Hoffmann, among others. Currently he is doing a PhD in Computation and Human Movement at UBS (France), researching interactive computer applications for stage performance. He has a master's degree in Physics (UFSC-SC), a specialization in Digital Games (UEM-PR), he also was a Musical Composition student (UEM-PR) and took classes at the Berklee School of Music Online. While also being a software consultant for the medical field. His current project is a musical instrument that recreates and embodies atmospheric sounds - the Elemental.


5. Perspectivas Afro-Diasporicas na Arte Sonora Brasileira - Edbrass Brasil

18~20OcT :: 2~4pm (GMT -3) (pt)

The workshop "Afro-diasporic perspectives in Brazilian sound art" divides itself in two moments. First presents a representative panel of the afro-diasporic strand that crosses the experimental music and brazilian sound art, covering experiences from the 1970s to the present day. Second, the workshop will dedicate itself to the creation of a collective radio work based on the postulaates presented and discussed during the course.

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EDBRASS BRASIL is a sound artist, curator and researcher. For two decades he is acting in serveral creative areas, like radio art, performer or composing soundtracks for performing arts; Coordinates the "Low Fi- Creative Processes", a platform for the creation, production and distribution of art, located at Salvador-BA, is responsible for the "Ciclo de Música Contemporânea" (Contemporary Music Cicle), that started it's activities in 2016, projecting and building a artistic exchange network with artists, institutions and producers from Europe, Latin America, United Stated, besides national territory. On his solo or small group exhibitions, utilizes unconventional wind instruments, allied with extended techniques, exploring the possibilities of real time composition, in a research that connects aspects from botanics and it's daily uses in brazilian afro-indigenous traditions.


6. Desconstruction of mass-produced speakers and the creation of a collective sound piece - Matias Serrano

21OcT :: 2~4pm (gmt -3) (es)

In this activity, the disassembly of small and manufactured speakers will be carried out for the explanation of their internal functioning, whose decomposition will be later applied in the creation of a collective and international piece. The approach comes from the proposal of the "philosophy of the black box" by Vilem Flusser and his call to artists to enter the bowels of the devices that surrounds us, in order to obtain diverse creative results. The manufactured speakers will be used in the creation of a collective and international sound work. More details will be given in the workshop.

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MATÍAS SERRANO bachelor in arts, mention sound (University of Chile), is student of Master in Media Art of University of Chile. Sound artist and electronic designer, has published three albums of electronic and experimental music through the name of misaa. Co-creator since 2015 in Colectiva 22bits, dedicated to the exploration of the link between art, sound, design and technology, from a technofeminist perspective. Co-manager of the netlabel of experimental music and sound art Archivo Veintidós.


7. Web Poems - Interactive sound poetry - Ariane Stolfi

18, 20 and 21 OcT :: 2~4pm (GMT -3) (pt)

In this workshop we will work the notions of HTML and web audio applied to the construcion of a interactive online poem. Selected works will be published online on the artist website.

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ARIANE STOLFI is an architect, designer, programmer, musician and teacher, and transits through various languages and disciplines. She holds a PhD in Sonology from the Department of Music of the University of São Paulo (ECA-USP) and a master's degree in Architecture and Design (FAU-USP), researches interactive interfaces  in web technologies, currently at the Federal University of Southern Bahia. She was a visiting researcher at the Centre for Digital Music (Queen Mary University of London) and participated in several festivals and events like: Festival de Música Nova, Digitália, SHA, Sumidialogias, DIS Experimental,¿Música?, Virada Cultural, Bigorna, Improvise!, Circuito de Improvisação Livre, Amostra Sonora, Áudio Insurgência, Tecnoxamanismo, CMMR, Web Audio Conference, Audio Mostly, UbiMus e NIME. 


8. the art of patching with Pure Data - Alexandre Porres

18~21 OcT :: 2~4pm (Gmt -3) (pt)

Introductory course to the programming language Pure Data (PD), focused on audio processing, synthesis and multimedia. We will see a summary of strategies and possibilities with this environment in the use of custom controllers/sensors, multimedia installations, integration with other programming languages, software and hardware, applications for mobile devices, experimental performances in general and the like. However, we will focus mainly on Modular synthesis techniques and generative/algorithmic techniques - which are the basis of the so called "Art of Patch Making".

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ALEXANDRE PORRES  has a PhD in Sonology/Musical Computing from USP and a Master in Composition from Unicamp, composer, performer, producer and teacher of music and technology. The emphasis of his research is on programming for "Live Electronics" (creation of sound processing applications and real-time synthesis) and studies on sound perception/analysis. He works in different media of music creation, with works from contemporary classical music to pop, noise, experimental, free improvisation and interactive installations and multimedia. Since 2007 he has been developing didactic materials dedicated to Pure Data. Besides collaborating with the development of the DP, he is responsible for the ELSE library, which greatly expands the functionality of the DP.

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    Welcome to the Exhibition of the 2nd Latin American Sound Art Meeting SomaRumor. In this edition, due to the pandemic, the Show will be online. The works will be presented on this page and broadcasted by the SomaRumor channel on youtube.

    Most of the works in the Exhibition are new, created during the 1st SomaRumor Artistic Residency Program.  The Residency included over seventy people involved between young artists and tutors from Latin America and Europe.

    Among the works you will find radio pieces and interventions, performances and installations, sound poetry and performative readings, participatory works and immersive environments for web as well as performance recordings, sculptures and sound instruments, records, videos among others.This variety of formats and supports is characteristic of the expanded field of Sound Art.
    This variety of formats and supports is characteristic of the expanded field of Sound Art.

    During your visit to the works on this website you may be directed to external websites and online platforms created especially by the artists for this exhibition.  Sound pieces, videos, radio art, radioperformance and live performances will be streamed on Somarumor's Youtube channel between 22 and 28 October at 7pm (GMT -3). Stay tuned and subscribe to the SomaRumor channel to follow the broadcasts. 

    22 ~ 28 Oct :: 7pm (GMT-3)  PRemier



    To visit the works browse the list you can find just below.  Just click on the title of the work and you will be redirected to the presentation of the work as well as how to access it.

    Finally, we recommend the use of headphones or an appropriate sound system for a better listening experience. We hope you enjoy the various experiences that are in the exhibition.  Enjoy your listening.



    1. Antiestratigráfica :: Beatriz Galhardo (BR)
    2. Archivo P.A.I.S :: Nicolas Varchausky (AR)
    3. Balu@Rte- Fortaleza Sonora E Visual Online, Imersiva E Interativa :: Camila Vermelho (BR)
    4. Brutal :: Fellippe Brandão (BR)
    5. Caminhooculto :: Caio Campos (BR)
    6. Canto-Fenômeno :: Camila Proto (BR)
    7. Collective-conversation (On Contamination) :: Ricardo Basbaum (BR) 
    8. Comes In Waves :: Regalo Exquisito - Leo Alves (BR), Marina Mapurunga (BR), Matías Serrano (CL), Natália Francischini (BR), Urutau (BR), Tutorxs: Matt Lewis (UK), Julia Mahrer (DO/UK)
    9. Corpo Preparado (Pedra de Toque) :: Flora Holderbaum (BR)
    10. Cuadernos Sonâmbulos :: Amanda Jacometi (BR), Beatriz Galhardo (BR), Lina Marcela Colonia (UY), Raquel Stolf (BR)
    11. [De]Fragmentación: Peruanizaciones Sonoras. Reflexiones Acusmáticas Sobre Una Idea De Identidad Nacional :: Ensamble De Laptops De La Universidad Nacional De Música. José Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón (PE), Mark Contreras Waiss (PE), Álvaro Ocampo Grey (PE), Jorge Luis Quispe Córdova (PE)
    12. Desconstrução de Alto-Falantes de Fabricação em massa e criação de obra sonoroa coletiva :: Matías Serrano (CL)
    13. El Filo Errante :: José Ignacio López Ramírez Gastón (PE)
    14. El río solo se escucha cuando lleva agua :: Josué Martínez (MX)
    15. Escutar é desenhar uma narrativa? :: Natalia Francischini (BR)
    16. Escutas Abissais :: Urutau Maria Pinto (BR)
    17. Espectro Restauración :: Felippe Schultz Mussel (BR)
    18. Fases Lunares En Relación Con Las Mareas - Escucha Profunda :: Paula Elgarrista (AR)
    19. Feridas Abertas :: Nubia Mobo (BR)
    20. Hardcore Care: Experiment #I «Pigeons» :: Anna Farré (UK) 
    21. Jogos com palavras :: Leo Alves (BR)
    22. Keep In Sonic Touch :: Shangyun Wu (UK)
    23. La Quiniela de Max Cage :: Fernanda Fábrega (CL), Miguel Garruti (AR) e Carola Zelaschi (AR) : Tutor: Tato Taborda (BR)
    24. Labirinto :: Eduardo Politzer (BR)
    25. Landscape Dynamics :: Alfonso Santillán Vázquez (MX)
    26. Mapa :: Ana Emerich (BR)
    27. Mares (Prueba de concepto) :: Lina Marcela Colonia (UY)
    28. Mobile Music Trio :: Bryan Ki-San Yep Valencia (PE)
    29. Mixturas :: CASo (AR)
    30. Modos De Leitura: Cifra :: Matheus Abel (BR)
    31. O Que As Pessoas Falam Quando Sabem Que Estão Sendo Gravadas :: b-Aluria (Gabriela Nobre - BR)
    32. Ópera A queda do céu :: Tato Taborda (BR)
    33. _Pois Vejo Ouvir Vindo No Vento :: Amanda Jacometi (BR)
    34. Paisagens Imaginárias 1-5 :: Guilherme Farkas (BR) 
    35. Postales Del Ocaso :: Julia Rossetti (AR)
    36. Prometeo :: Renzo Garcés (PU)
    37. Protopoiesis :: Gianni Bellini - A.K.A Brote Nômade (UY)
    38. Quantas Línguas Cabem Em Uma Conversa? :: Priscila Costa Oliveira (BR)
    39. Rádio Triangulação :: Fran Favero (BR)
    40. RádioImaginária :: Guilherme Zanchetta (BR), Gustavo Rocha (BR), Thiago Franzim (BR), Felipe Cretton (BR), Tutora: Janete El Haouli (BR)
    41. Reconstruction :: Víctor H. Romero (VICIO) - (MX)
    42. Ritornelo :: Julio Santa Cecilia (BR)
    43. Rumor :: Luciana Roberto (AR)
    44. Sediment :: Arthur Wilson (UK)
    45. Sentir-Ouvir o silêncio / Sentir-Oír el silencio :: Marina Mapurunga (BR), Matías Serrano (CL)
    46. SomaRumorPlaylist :: Rainer Krause (DE/CL)
    47. Somateca Impossível :: Thigresa Almeida (BR)
    48. Narcissus :: Bipasha Mukherjee (IN/UK)
    49. Speaking Thr-O-Ugh :: Elif Gülin Soğuksu (TU), Mariana Carvalho (BR), Nirah Pomar (BR). Tutora: Laura Mello (BR/DE)
    50. Synchronicity :: Pierre Engelhard (PE/CH)
    51. (In)comunicaciones aurales: ventanas tecnológicas y la posibilidad de un territorio acústico sudamericano :: Lukas Kühne (DE/UY), Pol Villasuso (UY), Marcello Magdaleno (BR), Pablo Elinbaum (AR)
    52. Tocar com a Câmera :: Marina Mapurunga (BR)
    53. Urform Piano (2021) :: Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX)
    54. Voicescapes :: Sebastián Chandía Chiappe (CL)
    55. Voz Caminhada :: Lucas Mattos (BR)

    1. Antiestratigráfica :: Beatriz Galhardo (BR)

    Antistratigraphic is a study of composition from the sound material present in the undoing of raw clay pieces. The pieces are made from the mold of the heads, elbows and knees of black women, following ancient techniques of ceramic modeling and the making of whistling vases characteristic of the Abya Yala territory. Once made, the pieces are exposed to successive depositions of water on their body. The work's compositional gesture consists of searching, in this experience, for connections between rhythm, earth, resonances, erosion/decomposition, sedimentation and writing. Developed with tutoring by Raquel Stolf at the artist residency of the 2nd Latin American Meeting of Sound Art - SomaRumor, 2021. The virtual exhibition of the process can be accessed on the artist's website and to listen to Antiestratigrafia, access this link.

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    2. Archivo P.A.I.S :: Nicolas Varchausky (AR)

    En colaboración con el Centro de Arte Sonoro (CASo) presentamos el projecto "Archivo P.A.I.S." una colección de grabaciones de voces habladas anónimas, realizadas en espacios públicos y no lugares de ciudades de todo el mundo. Nicolás Varchausky lleva adelante esta iniciativa ininterrumpidamente desde su adolescencia, cuando obtuvo su primer grabador de cassettes. El artista registra, cataloga y analiza documentos sonoros que dan cuenta de versiones callejeras de los discursos económicos, religiosos, institucionales y artísticos de distintas sociedades. A lo largo de su carrera, Varchausky utilizó las grabaciones del Archivo como materiales para componer piezas musicales y obras de arte sonoro.

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    3. Balu@rte- Fortaleza sonora e visual online, imersiva e interativa :: Camila Vermelho (BR)

    Baluarte é uma palavra da língua portuguesa originária do francês, que significa espaço seguro, fortificação, princípio de base, indivíduo ou grupo de indivíduos que defendem um ideal. Uma fortaleza. Esta proposta artística parte desse princípio, de criação de um espaço, de um ambiente online na plataforma Sansar, onde a idealização de um projeto de poética sonora e visual aconteça dentro de um universo diegético de arte digital. Em outras palavras, um Balu@rte. Além disso, busca-se dialogar com o caráter de resistência desta edição da Residência Artística SomaRumor, problematizando as bases das vivências remotas em tempos pesados e sombrios de sindemia de COVID-19. Um misto de realidade artística virtual e imersiva com jogo, no qual a interação está presente e se faz necessária, feito uma brincadeira. Acesse o trabalho neste link

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    4. Brutal :: Fellippe Brandão (BR)

    Inspirada pelo movimento arquitetônico brutalista, a escultura procura beleza na simplicidade de seus materiais, desenho e construção, servindo como objeto de controle para um sintetizador FM, igualmente descomplicado e versátil. O trabalho valoriza uma interação intuitiva e funcional entre movimentos e sons, que variam de senoides a espectros complexos. Cimento, canudos biodegradáveis, borracha, epóxi, potenciômetros, sensor ultrassônico, Arduino Nano e SuperCollider.

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    5. caminhooculto :: Caio Campos

    caminhooculto é uma escultura inspirada em um antigo jogo de mesmo nome, que tem como objetivo libertar a maior peça do jogo através da movimentação de quadriláteros de diferentes formatos. A escultura, que foi construída com eletrônicos e plástico reutilizado, foi planejada para manter algumas dessas características mas mudar o objetivo do jogo, que passa a ser gerar padrões visuais com os quadriláteros de forma a acionar processos de síntese e processamento de áudio, com um código desenvolvido em SuperCollider.

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    6. Canto-fenômeno :: Camila Proto (BR)

    Uma série de experimentações vocais dos agentes erosivos que nos acometem. Diferente de um rito-ancestral para invocá-los, interessa fazer da voz agente erosivo, uma vez que o ritmo, a melodia e o próprio som estão em constante agenciamento material do mundo. Aqui se erguem continentes: a voz que vibra e irrompe no ar, lançando-se como espuma estrondosa em direção às rochas, que riscam, tremem, rompem... Então ser-vento, ser-rio, ser-gravidade, ser-mar, para erodir o que estiver de encontro. Acesse os materiais: 1. Partituras para dowload. 2. Webpage do artista. 

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    7. collective-conversation (On Contamination) :: Ricardo Basbaum (BR)          

    As conversas coletivas são ações que procuram integrar a escrita do texto e sua emissão sonora, em proximidade com as camadas de discurso que atravessam a obra de arte contemporânea. Sempre em grupo, de forma multivocal, procurando atuar no campo de emissão rítmica da instalação e seus objetos e diagramas, sua dinâmica envolve o constante deslocamento entre fala, escrita e leitura. As vozes são tomadas em sua sonoridade direta, com diferenças de pronúncia, idioma, tonalidade, etc., mas também em termos do que alguém pode ter a dizer ao outro ou ao grupo, a partir dos tópicos que estejam em discussão. Escute o trabalho neste link. 

    escrita-coletiva e gravação
    com Jorge Lucero, Jennifer Monson (text), María José Rebolledo, Catalina Hernández-Cabal, Andrés Martínez Ruiz, Zhi Luo, Ricky De Jesús-Valentín, Beatriz Costa Galhardo, Mônica Coster, Pedro Pessanha, Ricardo Basbaum, Natalia Espinel, Andrés Felipe Vélez Martínez (text)
    mixagem e e masterização: Haikal Studio, Rio de Janeiro

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    8. Comes in waves :: regalo Exquisito - Leo Alves (BR), Marina Mapurunga (BR), Matías Serrano (CL), Natália Francischini (BR), Urutau (BR) tutorxs: Matt Lewis (UK), Julia Mahrer (Ro/uk)

    O grupo Regalo Exquisito se articula com pessoas de diversas partes do mundo sob os signos da conectividade, da ressonância afetiva e da vibração em conjunto. Como mensagens em garrafas lançadas ao mar, “Comes in waves” agrega os trabalhos e proposições desenvolvidos dentro da Residência Artística SomaRumor em um site, dividido entre alguns dos eixos conceituais disparadores do encontro. Como o trabalho audiovisual generativo “Cadáver Exquisito”, uma corrente em que cada integrante oferece um regalo sonoro a um outro, contendo uma gravação de um ambiente acústico de seu local. Oficinas que geraram trabalhos como “Speakers as black boxes”, outra corrente transatlântica, desta vez através de alto-falantes construídos por cada integrante, registrados em audiovisual e marcados em um mapa para escuta. Respostas sonoras individuais a uma partitura de texto chamada “Sentir-Ouvir o silêncio / Sentir-Oír el silencio”. Outras oficinas foram “Tocar com a câmera”, “Escutas Abissais”, “Jogos com palavras” e “Escutar é desenhar uma narrativa?”. Mais detalhes no site: 

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    9. Corpo preparado (pedra de toque) :: Flora Holderbaum (BR)

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    10. Cuadernos sonâmbulos:: Amanda Jacometi (BR), Beatriz Galhardo (BR), Lina Marcela Colonia (UY), Raquel Stolf (BR)

    cadernos sonoros e/ou insonoros, nem dormidos nem acordados. à procura de estados de parassonia (como coexistências de estágios de consciência), em sonilóquios que se movem. (ou podem ser encontrados, desconhecidos, pressentidos) entre som, escrita, escuta, inscrição e espera. três perguntas duplas geraram o processo de conversas, que por sua vez, moveram o projeto: quando escrevo? onde escrevo? como escrevo? quando escuto? onde escuto? como escuto?

    cuadernos s.

    essa coisa (Beatriz Galhardo, 2020-2021): Texto e desenhos (essas notas que são desenhos), composição sonora [ruídos captados a partir do chão e gravação de voz] _Agradecimento: àqueles que durante a pandemia de COVID-19 sustentaram, através da escuta, encontros de conscientização dos pequenos movimentos.

    1 palavra (Raquel Stolf, 1996-2021): Fotografias (coleção de cadernos vazios e outros cadernos), anotações/falas (, silêncio noturno [jardim de casa] (21/09/2021). (1 palavra queima em meus ouvidos)

    10-09 2021 (Lina Marcela Colonia, 2021): Anotaciones realizadas durante la Residencia de SomaRumor II. Metamorfosis de escritura no signada. Audio: N/N

    _pois vejo ouvir vindo no vento (Amanda Jacometi, 2021): Simpatias, tecidos e sons das portas da casa de Celeste dos Anjos, minha avó. Parte do projeto _pois vejo ouvir vindo no vento

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    11. [De]fragmentación: peruanizaciones sonoras. Reflexiones acusmáticas sobre una idea de identidad nacional :: Ensamble de Laptops de la Universidad Nacional de Música, José Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón (pe), Mark Contreras Waiss (pe), Álvaro Ocampo Grey (pe), Jorge Luis Quispe Córdova (pe)

    Esta pieza fue construida con elementos sonoros de las 3 regiones de país con la esperanza de representar la unidad nacional. Así mismo esta pieza fue concebida como un ejercicio de composición colectiva experimental.

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    Proposta em formato de oficina que realizará a desmontagem de alto-falantes pequenos e fabricados para se compreender seu funcionamento interno, cuja decomposição se aplicará na criação de uma obra coletiva internacional. Essa abordagem provém da proposta da "Filosofia da Caixa-Preta" de Vilem Flusser, e de seu chamado para que artistas adentrem as entranhas dos aparatos que lhes rodeam, com o objetivo de obter resultados criativos diversos. Os alto-falantes fabricados serão utilizados na criação de uma obra sonora coletiva e internacional, cujos detalhes serão apresentados na oficina. Para participar inscreva-se neste link

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    13. El Filo Errante :: JOSÉ IGNACIO LÓPEZ RAMÍREZ GASTÓN (pe) 

    El Filo Errante 2.1 (2021) es una representación electroacústica de la cultura del afilador de cuchillos, parte importante del paisaje sonoro tradicional de la capital de Perú, Lima. El afilador de cuchillos representa una antigua práctica cultural de venta ambulante que normalmente se acompaña del sonido de una llamada de flauta de pan, como frase melódica distintiva y personalizada, que anuncia su presencia en el barrio. En esta pieza unifiqué tres elementos: (1) una nostálgica interpretación y reconfiguración del concepto de Una Lima que se va (José Galves, 1965) agregando el tema de la transformación del paisaje sonoro de la capital, (2) el cambio de paradigma de una economía informal peruana que privilegia los productos comercialmente masificados sobre los servicios de calle, y (3) el papel de la estética, las prácticas y la instrumentación musical en la representación sonora de los contextos culturales.

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    14. El río solo se escucha cuando lleva agua :: Josué Martínez (MX)

    El río solo se escucha cuando lleva agua, es una acción realizada en el río Amatzinac ubicado en Morelos, México. Dicha acción se trata de pequeñas alteraciones en el río con la ayuda de piedras, que gradualmente modifican el caudal. La intensión de este acto es amplificar la sonicidad del flujo del agua y alterar su flujo habitual.

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    15. Escutar é desenhar uma narrativa? :: Natalia Francischini (BR)

    Quando escutamos acionamos “filtros” de significação, os quais podem ter relação com nossas projeções, backgrounds ou gostos. Escutar pode não só ser pode uma prática de alteridade, como também pode ser uma narrativa do corpo, da conexão intuitiva com o ambiente/entorno. O que o desenho tem a ver com tudo isso? O desenho pode ser uma transdução do que ouvimos em nosso corpo, do que ouvimos quando escutamos, do que ouvimos quando pensamos. Seria possível uma real escuta sem filtros? Seria possível desenhar sem narrar um pensamento? Acesse o trabalho neste link.

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    16. ESCUTAS ABISSAIS :: Urutau Maria Pinto (BR)

    Atualmente, menos de 10% do oceano global foi mapeado por tecnologia sonar. Como soam os corpos quando estão fora do mapa? A oficina tem como objetivo realizar um anti-mapeamento onírico entre as participantes, resultando em um momento de encontro de trocas de escutas, práticas corporais imersivas y experiências de improvisação sonora. Para mais informações acesse o site

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    17. Espectro Restauración :: Felippe Schultz Mussel (BR)

    O filme se constrói a partir de intervenções textuais no espectrograma sonoro de um incêndio no Pantanal brasileiro. A obra se apropria da frase “La naturaleza tiene derecho a la restauración”, trecho da Constituição do Equador de 2008 que, de forma pioneira no mundo, elevou a Natureza (Pacha Mama) a condição de sujeito titular de direitos legais iguais aos dos seres humanos. Escrito sobre a representação das frequências do incêndio, o texto constitucional apaga o fogo restaurando a sonoridade de pássaros, grilos, cigarras, sapos e outros animais gravados no Pantanal, bioma que entre os anos 2018 e 2021 teve mais de 30% de seu território afetado pelas chamas. Acesse o trabalho neste link.

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    En este trabajo exploro la relación entre el territorio, los cambios naturales del paisaje, su modificación y los distintos escenarios sonoros. A través de caminatas a la deriva en las playas de Camet Norte (Marchiquita) encuentro una relación entre la erosión de los acantilados y los cambios en las mareas que dependen de las fases lunares. Estas variaciones generan diferentes contextos acústicos que, presente en la escucha tomo registros de las 4 fases lunares ( luna nueva, cuarto creciente, llena y cuarto menguante) en pleamar y bajamar. Densidades sonoras, resonancias, y vibraciones en el mar,cuevas y acantilados. Estas grabaciones conforman un paisaje sonoro que será materializado en cassettes como una pieza física que perdura.

    Camet Norte
    -37°49'15.6"S 57°29'11.8"W

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    19. Feridas abertas :: Nubia Mobo (BR)

    O projeto consiste na coleta de dados variados relacionados à mineração no Brasil, englobando diversas camadas de impactos ambientais, socioculturais e econômicos ligados à mesma. Serão utilizados como fontes, sites de notícias, relatórios oficiais, trabalhos acadêmicos, imagens de satélites e documentários. Esses dados serão então analisados e trabalhados das seguintes formas: produzindo imagens derivadas com recortes, manipulação de imagens e desenhos, e trabalhando sonoramente a partir de databending e possíveis sonorizações manuais com sintetizadores e outros instrumentos a partir de padrões que serão estabelecidos no decorrer da pesquisa. Espera-se, ao final, produzir uma obra audiovisual que trate dos impactos negativos causados pelo extrativismo predatório de minerais.

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    20. Hardcore Care: Experiment #I «Pigeons» :: Anna Farré (UK)

    “Experiment #I «Pigeons»” is the first part of a larger series of experiments that explore the idea of care devoted to -commonly - unwanted species. In this case, the artwork, that sits on a virtual space hosted in Mozilla Hubs, holds an heterogeneous visual collection of intra-actions with pigeons. The central piece of the project consists of a video-collage that recorded a sympoietic performance between human-computer-pigeons, where the latter triggered self-enjoyable sounds by eating food or drinking water. Access the work here. 

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    21. Jogos com palavras :: Leo Alves (BR)

    Descrição: Jogos de improvisação com a linguagem verbal partindo de textos autorais e poemas, a fim de explorar a interação entre indivíduos orgânicos e tecnológicos. Nessa versão, pessoas e os algoritmos da plataforma Zoom, entendendo, ao modo que Gilbert Simondon coloca em “Do modo de existência de dos objetos técnicos”, o aparato tecnológico como ente, logo, também agindo no resultado sonoro. Jogo do eco – Alguém começa a ler, e, numa sequência pré-determinada, repete-se o que a pessoa imediatamente anterior está falando. Jogo da Babel – utiliza-se um mesmo texto com tradução para diferentes línguas, cada pessoa escolhe uma e todas leem simultaneamente. O andamento e articulação das leituras é variável nos dois jogos, ao improviso das pessoas. Acesse o trabalho neste link.

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    22. Keep In Sonic Touch :: Shangyun Wu (UK)

    What kind of sound does our skin listen to ? What does soundscape mean for remote communication ? Can the sounds skin listens to present the soundscape when you connect to other people in different physical spaces via the internet ? “ Hearing is basically a specialized form of touch. ” (Glennie 2015 )With the inspiration of sound process and vibrascape, 《Keep In Sonic Touch》is a research lead project aimed to experiment with the information soundscape captured by skin, translates the sound information into tactile information, and is designed as a tangible interface to make people feel closer when communicating from a distance. Visit the project webpage for more information:

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    23. La Quiniela de Max Cage :: Fernanda Fábrega (CL), Miguel Garruti (AR) e Carola Zelaschi (AR) : Tutor: Tato Taborda (BR)

    Jogo combinatório a partir de 36 arquivos sonoros, gravados a partir das durações dos 3 movimentos da obra 4’33” de John Cage.

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    24. Labirinto :: Eduardo Politzer (BR)

    O trabalho acontece dentro de um website onde o público é instruído a interagir com as personagens do Labirinto, objetos e entre si. Duração indeterminada. Labirinto é um portal para uma dimensão digital. Um programa artístico multimídia que propõe a criação de plataformas oníricas, construídas pixel a pixel em proporções possibilidades expandidas. Funciona na plataforma FRAME.VR. Website experimental de realidade virtual. Pode ser acessado via navegador de internet chrome ou similar. Espaço compartilhado de conversa, texto e compartilhamento de telas para até 20 pessoas. Acesse o trabalho neste link.  

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    25. Landscape Dynamics :: ALFONSO SANTILLÁN VÁZQUEZ (MX)

    Flujos será una instalación en video (presentada como video lineal en modalidad de concierto) que surgirá de la recolección y edición de paisajes (visuales y sonoros) de la zona centro de México. Buscando investigar las variaciones entre movimiento y quietud, tanto en paisaje mismo como en el “ojo voraz” de la cámara, pensado la composición en tiempo real del paisaje, además interviniendo los sonidos y con un montaje visual que apoye el concepto.

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    26. Mapa :: Ana Emerich (BR)

    MAPA investiga o campo sonoro, perspectivas conceituais e elementos imagéticos da lista oficial de agrotóxicos disponíveis para uso no Brasil hoje, e vincula-se ao território da arte contemporânea ao compor uma poética de deslocamentos e fabulações críticas. Trabalho com inicio em 2020, cada trecho dedica-se à correspondente letra do alfabeto e articula sonoridades produzidas pela boca, corpos humanos e não humanos, aspectos do cenário político, contextos ambientas e práticas de arquivo. Mais informações acesse o site.

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    27. mares (Proof of concept) :: Lina Marcela Colonia (UY)

    Seas arte a process of living writing emerging from the deep listening of a moment, first traces of the unperceived instant. Incarnated words that do not end up being. The objective of this research project is to build an interactive virtual reality space, inhabited by seas, where each visual and sound experience depends directly on the path taken. This proof of concept was carried out with fragments recorded within a replicated digital space and accompanied by a sound experience. Tutor: Raquel StolfWith the sound accompanient of Laura Villa, Gustavo Vargas and Fernando Acosta. And the support of the Área de lenguajes computarizados (Computarized Languages Area -IENBA).

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    28. mobile Music TRIO :: Bryan Ki-San Yep Valencia (PE)

    Esta obra de Arte Sonoro utiliza como recurso la aplicación móvil ‘Mobile Music Platform’ del desarrollador Iglesia Intermedia. Esta aplicación consiste en una serie de interfaces para instrumentos virtuales que se pueden utilizar a manera de gadgets para generar sonidos. El patch utilizado para esta obra es ‘MMPExamples-Arp-ip5.mmp’, el cual es un arpegiador de frecuencias con algunos parámetros más como filtraje, envelope y delay, los cuales se controlan a través del movimiento del propio teléfono móvil. La idea central de esta obra es lo artesanal y accesible: cualquiera cuenta con un smartphone hoy en día. Aprovechémoslo para crear y divertirnos. Acceda a la partitura en este enlace. 

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    29. Mixturas :: CASo (ar)

    © Suelo Muerto de Tomas Spicolli

    El Centro de Arte Sonoro presenta un nuevo podcast sobre el concepto de mixturas. La idea de “mixtura” resulta alusiva e inspiradora para diferentes procesos de la creación sonora, tanto en las obras para instrumentos y electrónica como en la electroacústica, basada en la mezcla y montaje de sonidos pregrabados. Escucharemos músicas de Cecilia Castro, Nicolas Varchausky y Tomás Spicolli, navegando por géneros musicales híbridos que mezclan estilos preexistentes y exploran diferentes relaciones entre lo sintético y lo concreto.

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    30. Modos de leitura: cifra :: Matheus Abel (br)

    Pensando a partir de processos de escrita e da série de trabalhos sobre modos de leitura, passando pela situação de uma espécie de tradução entre palavra, som e desenho-imagem, a investigação proposta articula e atravessa momentos de escrita/leitura/escuta, perfurando-os também pelo interesse crescente do artista em música experimental. Também possuindo certa dimensão performática, é realizada uma espécie de leitura-tradução de textos e escritos fazendo uso de instrumentos musicais, digitando o desenho de letras no braço dos instrumentos, que passam a ser um tipo de máquina de escrever sonora. Utilizam-se guitarra elétrica e contrabaixo preparados, efeitos de modulação e delays. Acesse as imagens  neste link e os áudios neste outro link.

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    31. O que as pessoas falam quando sabem que estão sendo gravadas :: b-Aluria (Gabriela Nobre - br)

    O que as pessoas falam quando estão sendo gravadas é uma peça resultado de alguns meses de residência artística no SomaRumor. Seu título parece uma pergunta, mas não deseja ser uma pergunta. Se o título fosse afirmativo, o que também não é, ele estaria supondo que o que as pessoas falam quando estão sendo gravadas está de alguma forma relacionado a uma pesquisa quase científica, que se propõe a certa exatidão, com testes e suas provas. O que as pessoas falam quando estão sendo gravadas, na verdade, é um trabalho sobre registros textuais, sobre notações e partituras. Principalmente, O que as pessoas falam quando estão sendo gravadas é uma peça de voz, de vozes. Nela, texto e vozes debatem sobre uma partitura previamente enviada às participantes; sobre o quanto uma partitura indica e o quanto ela é burlada por suas participantes. Texto e vozes debatem, ainda, sobre suas relações com o toca fitas que as gravam.

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    32. Ópera A Queda do Céu :: Tato Taborda (BR)

    A ópera A Queda do Céu é um experimento de deslocamento radical na direção da perspectiva do outro, ou da ilusão de que esse deslocamento seja possível. Como esse outro percebe minha chegada sorrateira atrás de sua alma, seu sangue, sua terra? Que imunidade tem contra a fumaça tóxica que emana de minha ganância e como minhas promessas de salvação, conhecimento e progresso soam aos seus ouvidos e lhe afetam a carne? Em um amplo espaço de performance compartilhado por interpretes e público, duas forças com polaridades opostas a partir da cosmologia Ianomami, Xamã e Xawara, duelam pelas almas de três forasteiros, um missionário, um cientista e um político, ora impulsionando-os, ora retendo seu movimento na floresta-labirinto.

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    33. _pois vejo ouvir vindo no vento :: Amanda Jacometi (BR)

    simpatia é uma espécie de ritual, um feitiço, feito popularmente para obter aquilo que se deseja. mas simpatia pode ser, também, um estado sentimental bem semelhante ao amor: é a capacidade de dar atenção aos sentimentos de uma outra pessoa, é um afeto que as une, é atração e reconhecimento. '_pois vejo ouvir vindo no vento' é uma publicação digital repleta de simpatias que buscam, sobretudo, conexão: com a própria história e com a história do outro. Para acessar o trabalho, clique aqui.

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    34. Paisagens Imaginárias 1-5 :: Guilherme Farkas (br)

    Partindo de manipulação espectral de gravações de campo realizadas em diferentes partes do Brasil, 'Espaços Imaginários 1-5' propõe uma imersão sonora em espaços virtuais. Desvincular e descontextualizar gravações de campo de seu momento original possibilita uma outra relação de presença e pertencimento em que a ideia de representação deixa de ser central. Qual relação possível com um espaço sonoro quando a sensação e a forma do som desestabilizam a hierarquia entre o objeto e a representação? Sapos fantasmas, grilos guturais, cigarras submersas, cavalos voadores e vozes codificadas forjam espaços imaginários. Gravações de campo realizadas em São Francisco Xavier (SP), Petrópolis (RJ), Tocos do Mogi (MG), Paraisópolis (MG) e Aparecida do Norte (SP). Ouça o trabalho  neste link.

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    35. Postales del Ocaso :: Julia Rossetti (AR)

    Postales del ocaso es una serie de videos en los cuales imágenes del atardecer son sonorizadas mediante el empleo de un prototipo de instrumento digital. En estas composiciones, los colores están programados para reproducir grabaciones de audio de mi archivo afectivo, proponiendo una visualización del sonido que evoca nostálgicas puestas del sol sobre el Río Paraná, paisaje hoy afectado por la bajante histórica.

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    36. PROMETEO :: Renzo Garcés (PE)

    Prometeo es un instrumento virtual que consiste un sintetizador polifónico, arpegiador y efectos, los cuales brindan múltiples posibilidades expresivas para interpretaciones en tiempo real o composiciones musicales. Está dirigido principalmente a usuarios de tabletas pero es adaptable a otros dispositivos como celulares, laptops u ordenadores. Su interfaz de usuario ha sido diseñada en MobMuPlat y el motor de audio en Pure data. Ambas partes han sido construidas para poder ser fácilmente editadas a gusto del intérprete, en caso desee añadir o reducir funciones. La construcción de “Prometeo” es modular, lo que implica que a lo largo del tiempo serán implementados más módulos y a su vez, su optimización será permanente.

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    37. protopoiesis :: Gianni Bellini-a.k.a Brote Nômade (AR)

    . a . es un proyecto del artista uruguayo Gianni Bellini (a.k.a Brote Nômade) que combina elementos sonoros digitales y digitalizados, a base de samples y glitches, 'protopoiesis' es el 4°álbum, siguiendo la línea experimental de los trabajos anteriores y recientemente agregando sonidos de instrumentos reciclados hechos con material de descarte, instrumentos convencionales y poesía, dando como resultado un amalgama sonoro peculiar.

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    38. Quantas línguas cabem em uma conversa? :: Priscila Costa Oliveira (br)

    Na tentativa de ativação da pergunta “quantas línguas cabem em uma conversa?” Através de operações tradutoras e transcriadoras na escrita e na fala, a artista Priscila Costa Oliveira convida pessoas de vários lugares a gravarem áudios com essa frase ou em conversa com essa pergunta, em suas línguas nativas e em todos os idiomas que queiram falar. Mais informações acesse este link

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    39. Rádio Triangulação :: Fran Favero (br)

    Rádio Triangulação é uma proposta para a web que reúne a captura de transmissões radiofônicas ao vivo da tríplice fronteira entre Brasil, Paraguai e Argentina, faixas sonoras pré-gravadas e registros de paisagens sonoras. Partindo de uma investigação acerca da noção de fronteira, o som é abordado em seu potencial de produção de zonas de fricção e transgressão de idiomas e territórios. A navegação pelo site ativa essa área membranosa, um espaço atravessado de negociação em que a fala, a linguagem e outras sonoridades possam ser ressignificadas, lançando linhas que são constantemente criadas e transgredidas durante a visitação. Acesse o trabalho neste link. Artista website:

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    40. Rádioimaginária :: Guilherme Zanchetta (br), Gustavo Rocha (br), Thiago Franzim (br), Felipe Cretton (br), tutora: Janete El Haouli (BR)

    Durante 4 horas e 33 minutos – sem interrupção – ocuparemos a página principal do site SomaRumor com uma radioperformance. Os ouvintes serão convidados a acessar e escutar em seu próprio equipamento as transmissões  das várias emissoras de rádio on line, separadamente ou mescladas. No sistema proposto, rompe-se a hierarquia vertical entre emissor e receptor. Temos assim uma plataforma que convida o ouvinte a percorrer os sons emitidos pelas diferentes emissoras de rádio, conectando livremente um ponto a outro, sem trajetórias fixas. A RadioImaginária estimula uma escuta criativa, criando uma narrativa sonora mista personalizada, resultando em uma obra de arte radiofônica vivenciada em tempo real.

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    41. Reconstruction :: Víctor H. Romero (VICIO) - (mx)

    Anxiety, anxiety, anger, obsession, rage, anger, bewilderment, euphoria, joy, desolation, sadness, emptiness, nothing, anxiety, anxiety ... It is more of an exploration through my senses, the closest, the most recent ... taking as matter, the sounds and images of textures and microstructures coming from my daily observation, to create an imaginary audiovisual landscape created in an intuitive way improvising, writing, drawing lines, and processing all these elements in live recordings, building and reconstructing.

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    42. Ritornelo :: Julio Santa Cecilia (BR)

    A composição é formada através de seis vídeos, seis eventos sonoros, seis histórias e infinitas interpretações. Uma rota onírica e surrealista de paisagens remotas e distintas, mas que de alguma forma coexistem entre si compondo com todo o seu subjetivo, suas jornadas e memórias uma soma de percepções que transcendem o tempo e resgatam novas interpretações e harmonias em conjunto do eterno retorno. O trabalho toma como ponto de partida os ensinamentos do livro Tibetano dos mortos ou o “Bardo Thodol” que significa travessia durante o processo de reencarnação. O som foi sampleado e manipulado do site Freesound e as imagens trabalhadas a partir dos relatos de pessoas que encontraram parentes falecidos registrados pelo banco de dados do Google Street View. Acesse trabalho neste link. 

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    43. rumor :: Luciana Roberto (AR)

    construir ciudades, puentes
    habitar espacios, continentes.

    ¿qué se hace cuando ya no se quiere habitar una ciudad?
    ¿qué se hace cuando tu lugar no suena igual?
    ¿qué se hace cuando los colores cambian?
    cuando el tiempo cambia
    cuando el espacio cambia

    construí una ciudad, con puentes.
    para que puedas habitar este espacio y descubirir tus propios continentes.
    quiero que sea un lugar donde quieras estar.
    quiero que suene a tu estado mental.
    no hay un solo color
    no hay un solo tiempo
    hay nuevos espacios.

    esta ciudad, si vos querés, tiene puentes
    si vos queres, tiene contienentes
    si vos queres
    suena distinto
    se ve distinto
    y espero, no se sienta igual.

    Acesse o trabalho neste link.

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    44. Sediment :: Arthur Wilson (UK)

    Sediment is a collection of items found on the banks of the River Thames, London. Suspended in clear resin, nails, rocks, stones, glass, clay and sand appear to be held stationary from their motion. Inspired by the life of the Lady Daphne, a Thames Barge which began transporting Portland Cement and China Clay between London and Cornwall in 1923. The cargo she carried and routes she traveled changed continuously throughout her life, but her journey on the River Thames remained steady, up with the rise, down with the fall. The movement of Sediment manipulates the sound of white noise by affecting an audio filter. The sounds generated resemble the sound of wind and waves, exploring the potential harshness they possess, to the softness that they can produce.

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    45. Sentir-Ouvir o silêncio / Sentir-Oír el silencio :: Marina Mapurunga (BR), Matías Serrano (CL)

    Como parte do 2º Encontro Latino-Americano de Arte Sonora - SomaRumor, convidamos você a colaborar na geração de um arquivo internacional sobre a experiência de ouvir-sentir o silêncio. Livremente, os documentos recebidos serão publicados para construção de novos trabalhos a partir dos arquivos gerados. Acesse nossa proposição de escuta pelo QR Code ou pelo link: Envie seu material para:

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    46. SomaRumor Playlist:: Rainer Krause (DE/cL)

    SomaRumor-Playlist es una exposición on-line de reconfiguraciones de siete instalaciones sonoras “físicas” desarrolladas y montadas entre los años 2005 y 2021, y -al mismo tiempo- una instalación virtual autónoma que conecta diversos espacios virtuales con diferentes funciones como archivo, ejecutor de software y espacio de difusión e interacción. En cada día de la semana, el visitante de esta exposición/instalación se enfrenta a otra obra. Además, los sonidos varían según la hora del día. En SomaRumor-Playlist, la experiencia espacial de la escucha -en una sala real con las instalaciones montadas- está transformada en una escucha por dos canales, a veces a través de alta voces, a veces a través de audífonos. Esta reducción de dimensionalidad espacial del sonido no significa automáticamente una pérdida de experiencia, sino un cambio a otros parámetros. Cada obra requiere una manera singular de escucha: continua, interrumpida, repetida, atenta, sin atención especial o casi imperceptible. La exposición/instalación es una invitación a modificar la forma de escucha, donde el oyente está libre de aceptar o rechazar esta propuesta.  Acceda a la obra a través de este enlace.

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    47. Somateca impossível :: Thigresa Almeida (BR)

    Disparado por uma violência sofrida por mim, Somateca impossível é mais uma performance da série de trabalhos que desenvolvia sob o espectro de: objetos- corpos-cortantes. A palavra corta. A partir de lista de vítimas da LGBTQIA+fobia no Brasil (2014 - 2019), e daquelus que estão nomeades como “vítimas não identificada” / "vítima não identificado”, propus uma leitura ruidosa dessa Somateca biopolítica de corpos impossíveis. A performance sonora ainda traz uma paisagem sonora densa de ruídos e barulhos incompreensíveis de leituras de textos de Paul Preciado - nas vozes de Alexandre Hebert, Gabriela Nobre, Sofia Mussolin e Mônica Coster -, de números (os totais de vítimas de cada ano) e de outros ruídos que me acompanham. Somateca impossível é um trabalho que insurge.

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    48. Narcissus :: Bipasha Mukherjee (IN/uk)

    Narcissus is a moving image project about the Narcissistic Personality Disorder. The project is a dark and fluid experimental animation. The sound project is planned to be a mix of everyday sound recordings of a bustling crowd, the screech of the underground train lines and low guttural percussion beats in the minor scale.

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    49. speaking thr-o-ugh :: Elif Gülin Soğuksu (tu), Mariana Carvalho (BR), Nirah Pomar (br). Tutora: Laura mello (br/de)

    speaking thr-o-ugh is an intervention happening in three different cities in three different continents: Berlin (DE), Florianópolis (BR) and Istanbul (TR). Three female artists, one in every place, go to a predetermined location in public space. Each of them wears a speaker covering her mouth, pointing outwards. The speakers play voices of womxn that answered an open call with the question “what do you want to put out?”. As interfaces, the performers give body to the responses, sounding the collected voices in the different environments.

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    50. SYNCHRONICITY :: Pierre Engelhard (PE/CH)

    SYNCHRONICITY is an art experiment exploring how dancers can synchronise their movements through the simple act of listening. Going through different cycles, two dancers alternatively generate music through their bodies and react to each other's music. How many cycles will it take for the dancers to coordinate their movements without ever seeing the other dancer's dance or listening to their own generated music?

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    51. (In)comunicaciones aurales: ventanas tecnológicas y la posibilidad de un territorio acústico sudamericano :: Lukas Kühne (DE/UY), Pol Villasuso (UY), Marcello Magdaleno (BR), Pablo Elinbaum (AR)

    Se trata básicamente de construir una interfaz que permita unir, mezclar y editar los sonidos provenientes de distintas fuentes/espacios registrados en tiempo real. En base a los objetivos, la interfaz podría se un patch de PD que permita: _ sintetizar el sonido de diferentes fuentes (ej. convolución) _ mezclar las fuentes en tiempo real, o tergiversar las temporalidades (ej. delays) creando sonidos generativos, paisajes sonoros automáticos _ reestructurar los registros sonoros, recombinando sus partes (ej. sampleo), cambiando las velocidades (ej. pitch) _ grabar y registrar “muestras” de los “objetos sonoros” _ producir partituras expost (espectral, acústica, rítmica...), como formas de representación gráfica de la experiencia... quizás Lukas nos pueda prestar el Odeon. PDF del projecto. 

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    52. Tocar com a Câmera :: Marina Mapurunga (BR)

    Proposta em formato de oficina que consiste em exercícios coletivos e proposições de improvisação voltados à escuta e à experimentação com a câmera do aparelho celular integrada ao instrumento sonoro (voz, corpo, objetos, instrumentos musicais). O objetivo desta oficina é partir da escuta da/o outra/o para compor outros enquadramentos visuais ao tocar, incluir a câmera como parte da improvisação, explorar o espaço privado no ato de tocar. Para participar inscreva-se neste link

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    53. Urform Piano (2021) :: Manuel Rocha Iturbide (br)

    dedicada a Francoise Barriere. 

    A partir de esta idea de la Urform podemos pensar no solo en la forma primordial y arquetípica de cada uno de los sonidos característicos del Piano (Urform nota corta, Urform Acorde, Urform Trino, etc), sino de la idea de Piano Forte en sí, en una forma arquetípica del instrumento global con todo su potencial y posibilidades a partir de estas formas originales y de sus posibles desarrollos y desdoblamientos sónicos. Pensemos en las formas ideales originales en la naturaleza, por ejemplo, en las nervaduras de las hojas de las plantas, que aunque son simpre distintas tienen una Urform en común, un origen que las hace a todas hojas. La búsqueda de esa esencia, de esta Urform holística e ideal del Piano Forte, es el punto de partida que da origen a esta obra, gracias al trabajo fenomenológico de percibir e intuir todas las pequeñas formas originales de los sonidos pianisticos que conforman esta macro Urform, dando salida a una obra de millones de otras obras posibles, pero que se conforma de manera particular gracias a una indagación profunda de las metamorfosis infinitas de las formas de la naturaleza del piano, expresadas de acuerdo a una regla: la realción interna de las formas basadas en un solo arquetipo.

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    54. VoiceScapes :: Sebastián Chandía Chiappe (CL)

    VoiceScapes es un proyecto de reflexión y exploración en torno a las formas de concebir el paisaje sonoro, y las voces que de él pueden emanar. Ocupando ciertos efectos, tomando como material, sonidos de la voz humana como gritos, llantos, sollozos, susurros, risas y otros, se utilizan para re- construir paisajes sonoros de la naturaleza, haciéndonos la pregunta sobre ¿Qué es lo que realmente se escucha? Escuche las obras en este enlace.

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    voz caminhada :: Lucas Mattos (BR)

    O trabalho foi desenvolvido através de caminhadas pelas redondezas da minha casa em Maricá, e também por experimentações vocais com o uso da palavra, envolveu gritos guturais com vozes ruidosas, e também sons de passos nas folhas, de pássaros, sons de água corrente, a ideia era ser uma caminhada acompanhada de voz que cria-se um ambiente sonoro, tanto no sentido da experimentação vocal para criar esse ambiente e com os sons de próprio local e suas potências criativas únicas, tentei com as palavras de alguma maneira criar essa relação voz-espaço-ruído-canto e música. Investiga-se então a ideia de que o mundo canta, e que os passos e os espaços podem ter vocalidades assim o mundo natural passa a ser um mundo musical com tons e cores a serem exploradas. Acesse o trabalho neste link

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    Talks and Round Tables

    25 oct

    • 10 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: SomaRumor-Playlist :: Rainer Krause (DE/CH)
    • 10:40 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Rios Enclausurados e Mata Bio: Arte Sonora e Antropoceno :: Marco Scarassatti (BR)
    • 11:20 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Greatest hits live. Recorrida por mis trabajos preferidos :: Alma Laprida (AR)
    • 2 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Outras Institucionalidades :: Capacete (Helmut Batista - BR), CasaMario (Sebastián Alonso - UY), Sonora (Lilian Campesato - BR), CASo (Florencia Curci - AR), Trovoa (Carla Santana - BR), mediator: Ricardo Basbaum (BR)
    • 4 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Outras Institucionalidades / Selos Independentes :: Buh Records (Luis Alvarado -PE), Seminal Records (Sanannda Acácia - BR),  Estranhas Ocupações (Yuri Bruscky - BR), mediator Gabriela Nobre (Música Insólita - BR) tradução Camila Proto (BR).


    26 oct 

    • 10 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Archivo P.A.I.S. :: Nicolás Varchausky (AR)
    • 10:40 AM (GMT -3):: Round Table :: Collective-conversation (On Contamination) :: Ricardo Basbaum (BR), with Jorge Lucero (US), Jennifer Monson (US) (text), María José Rebolledo (CO), Catalina Hernández-Cabal (US-CO), Andrés Martínez Ruiz (CO), Zhi Luo (China-US), Ricky De Jesús-Valentín (Puerto Rico-US), Beatriz Costa Galhardo (BR), Mônica Coster (BR), Pedro Pessanha (BR), Ricardo Basbaum (BR), Natalia Espinel (CO-US), Andrés Felipe Vélez Martínez (CO) (text)
    • 2 PM  (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Sob listas e pilhas, espécies de silêncios :: Raquel Stolf (BR)
    • 3 PM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: A queda do céu: uma ópera multimídia em modo remoto (em tempos de Xawara) :: Tato Taborda (BR)


    27 oct

    • 10 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: The listening garden :: Matt Lewis (GB)
    • 11:30 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Música y Tecnología en la Universidad Nacional de Música – UNM de Perú :: Jose Ignacio Lopez Ramírez-Gastón (PE)
    • 2 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Em busca da voz música - Forma y Sonido :: Janete El Haouli (BR), Lukas Kühne (DE/UY), Fabrice Lengronne (UY) e Nicolás Varchausky (AR)
    • 3:30 PM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Antilogy e Consepto Nasal :: Alex Hamburger (BR)
    • 4:30 PM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: Verbos :: Manata Laudares (BR)


    28 oct

    • 10 AM (GMT -3) :: Artist's Talk :: El eterno retorno: obra transdisciplinaria :: Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX)
    • 11 AM (GMT -3) :: Gambioluteria Digital: Simulação e Dissimulação com dispositivos portáteis :: Giuliano Obici (BR)
    • 2 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Make it Heard :: Fernando Iazzetta (BR) e Rui Chaves (PT), mediator Giuliano Obici (BR)
    • 3 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Botecotopia :: Laura Mello (BR/DE), Vanessa De Michelis (BR/UK), Lilian Campesato (BR)
    • 4 PM (GMT -3) :: Round Table :: Ressonâncias: vibrações por simpatia e frequências de insurgência :: Tato Taborda (BR) e Tânia Rivera (BR)


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      Residency Program

      The 2nd Latin American Sound Art Meeting launches the Artistic Residency Programme to train students and young sound artists. The residency takes place from July to October 2021, with twenty-one tutors among curators, artists, and academics from the field of sound art worldwide. Altogether more than fifty resident artists from Latin America and Europe will develop new projects presented in October during SomaRumor II. 






      Alma Laprida

      Composer, sound artist, teacher and cultural manager. Studied piano, Art and Culture management (UNTREF) and Eletronic Arts (UNTREF). Performed at the most relevant museums and cultural centers in Buenos Aires. Performed sound instalations at Teatro Verdi de La Boca, at Valenzuela Kremmer gallery (Bogota, Colombia) and at CasaPlan for the Tsonami Festival (Valparaiso, Chile). Was guest artist at International Experimental Music Festival at Sao Paulo, Brazil (FIME, 2015) and held a residency at GIS Studio de Audition Records (Mexico City, 2016). Released an album on Audition Records and tracks on the Adaptor Records, Ratordog, Sisters Triangla, Isla Visión, Carbono Proyecto Records and Sub Rosa labels. Created the concert cycle Ciclo Hertz and a collaboration project between visual and sound artists called Estrépito y contemplación. As a curator, worked at the Centro de Arte Sonoro and independently.


      Fernando Iazzetta

      Fernando Iazzetta is Professor of Music and Technology at the University of São Paulo, where he directs NuSom - Núcleo de Pesquisas em Sonologia (Center for Research in Sonology). He works as a composer and performer with works that explore experimentalism, interactivity and electroacoustic resources. His research interests are focused on the investigation of experimental forms of music and sound art. He is a CNPq researcher since 2003 and author of several texts, including the books "Music: Process and Dynamics" (1993) and "Music and Technological Mediation" (2009) and co-editor of the book "Make it Heard: a history of Brazilian Sound Art" (2019).



      Flora Holderbaum

      Flora Holderbaum has a B.A. in Violin and Visual Arts from UDESC; M.A. in Music from UFPR and Ph.D. in Sonology from USP, where she integrated the research group NuSom. She was a collaborating professor in the Arts Course at UFF and is currently a Collaborating Professor in Music Technology at the Music Department of UDESC (Brazil). She works with creative processes around vocal and instrumental poetics and their intersections with experimental and electroacoustic music.


      Florencia Curci

      Works at Buenos Aires organizing cultural programs and exhibitions, is radio and sound artist. University technician in culural politics and administration, completed the postgraduate course in Expanded Music at the National University of San Martín and the artists program at the Torcuato di Tella University. In 2017, founded CASo - Sound Art Center of the Ministry of Culture of the Nation. Her work has been comissioned by the Cultural Center Kircochner, the Cultural San Martín (Argentina), Medialab Prado (Spain), Tsonami (Chile), Aural Festival (Mexico), Kunst Radio (Austria) and Mayhem (Denmark), among others. She is currently and advisor to the Department of Cultural Heritage, being in charge of contemporary art programs and exhibitions. Co-habits Investigações of the Future (IF), since 2020.


      Manata Laudares

      Manata Laudares is an artist duo, living in Rio de Janeiro, formed by Franz Manata, 1964 (artist, researcher and teacher) and Saulo Laudares, 1976 (artist, teacher and DJ). The duo started its activities in 1998, instigated by the observation of the universe of behavior and culture of contemporary music, especially electronic music. Over the years, the duo has been investigating the social role of the artist and his relationship with tradition in the information economy era. Their works and programs in process take several formats, such as immersion spaces, installations, residencies and courses, which unfold in products: photographs, videos, sound objects, etc. Manata Laudares has been doing residencies and participating in exhibitions, individual and collective, inside and outside Brazil. Some of duo's solo exhibitions include After Nature, at Sé gallery, SP (2018), curated by Lisette Lagnado; Manata Laudares at Solar dos Abacaxis, RJ, 2017, curated by Ulisses Carrilho and Bernardo Mosqueira; and, Franz Manata / Saulo Laudares, curated by Fernando Cocchiarale, Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim, RJ, 2011.  They were awarded the Urban Interferences Award and nominated for the Pipa Award and are in important collections and archives, such as: MAM RJ and MuBE SP. Since 2009 the duo coordinates the Arte Sonora program at Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage. They are represented by Sé Gallery - São Paulo, BR.


      Giuliano Obici

      Giuliano Obici (Maringá 1977) is a sound artist-researcher with academic education in arts, communication and psychology. Associate Professor of the Department of Arts at the Fluminense Federal University. He presented and developed projects in festivals, galleries, museums, artistic residencies and universities around the world, including the Tsonami Sound Art Festival (Valparaiso), Imatronic (Karlsruhe), Dystopie e Relevante Musik (Berlin), Novas Frequências (Rio de Janeiro), Monteaudio (Montevideo), 319 Scholes (New York), Wien Modern (Vienna), London University of Arts, Next Generation (Karlsruhe), Norwegian Academy of Music, University of Kunst and Technical University of Berlin, Gotland School of Composition (Visby), Ultima Academy (Oslo) and others. He wrote the book "Condição da Escuta: mídia sonora e territórios" and several articles. He received awards such as Giga-Hertz-Preis from the Center for Art and Media (ZKM - Karlsruhe) and Experimental Study (Freiburg), Redbull Station and a research grant from DAAD, FAPESP and CAPES. Recent works: ScreenUtopia, Dissimulation, Concerto for Cellphones, Simulacrum Piano, Brutalist Intensities, To Color Frequencies, Synthetic Voices, Simulacrum Voices, Simulacrum Chamber Orchestra, Laptop Choral, Lan House Concert and Compro Auri. More info:


      Janete El Haouli

      Janete El Haouli is a musician, sound/radiophonic artist, cultural producer and researcher with emphasis on experimentation with radio media, voice experimentation, listening and soundscapes in the processes of creation. She was a professor at the State University of Londrina (UEL) from 1981 to 2011. Graduated in Music (piano), she earned a master's degree in Communication Sciences with the dissertation 'Demetrio Stratos: the listening of the voice-music' and a PhD in Arts/Radio with the thesis 'RadioPaisagem', both at the University of São Paulo (USP). Her work explores radio as creative media, and she has developed commissioned radio creation projects for WDR Cologne (Stratosound) and for DeutschlandRadio Berlin/WDR, with the musician Hermeto Pascoal (Brasil Universo), among others. Her research on the voice of Demetrio Stratos has achieved international projection and was published as a book in Italy in 1999, in Brazil in 2002 and in Mexico in 2006.


      José Ignacio López Ramírez Gastón

      José Ignacio López Ramírez Gastón holds a PhD in Computer Music from the University of California in San Diego (UCSD) where he studied under the direction of Miller Puckette. He is a professor at the National University of Music (former National Conservatory of Music), where he is in charge of music and technology courses, coordinates the Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art and is Director of Innovation and Technological Transfer. He is also a professor of Sound Art and Popular Music at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. In 2019 he published his first book on the relationship between music and technology in Peru: La Guardia Nueva. Views on Electronic Music in Peru. ORCID: 44-5437 email:


      Julia Mahrer

      Julia Mahrer Vinas is a Swiss-Dominican, south London based artist and brand designer. Her practice expands on the interpretation of universal truths, contemporary dating culture and intimacy in the public sphere through large scale installations, street art, poetry and analog sound. Ultimately her research has shifted within the realms of decolonial love, drawing a new research project, called "Paraiso Personal", within her ancestries and cultural emotions. She lectures at The Royal College of Art (London) and UNAPEC (Sto Domingo). She is part of a audio-visual collective called Picnic Co. and is a member of Anthology Deptford Foundry Studios.


      Laura Mello

      Laura Laura Mello is a brazilian composer and sound artist living in Berlin. For Mello, to compose is to think about instruments as media and about media as instruments. In her work, she is also interested in socio-cultural aspects involved in the human perception of the spoken language. She composes, sings, plays traditional and electronic instruments, eavesdrops the world with opened eyes and processes the impressions into audiovisual performances, sound installations, interventions, instrumental, electroacoustic music and DJ-sets. Since 2016 she is a member of Errant Sound. 2019 she won the Artist Scholarship from the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe, and is until September 2021 artist-in-residence at the Kulturakademie Tarabya in Istanbul. 2018 she launched the CD Está Verde! and the double-groove 7“ LP Ringing Still Life. After completing her undergraduate degrees in Advertising and Musical Composition, as well as a postgraduate study in Music Aesthetics in Brazil, she moved to Europe and graduated in Electroacoustic Composition (with Dieter Kaufmann) at the MDW Vienna. Until 2013 she was a PhD candidate at the TU Berlin under the tutorship of Helga de la Motte-Haber and Stefan Weinzierl.


      Lukas Kühne

      Sculptor, sound artist, curator, researcher, founder and associate professor of the Experimental Sound Art Workshop EUM Faculty of Arts UdelaR established since 2005 in Montevideo, Uruguay. His current works have multidisciplinary content, such as the Nordic series: Chromatic in Tallin Estonia, Tvisöngur in Seydisfjördur Iceland, Organum in Hailuoto Finland. In addition, his work has been exhibited in Europe, Japan and the Americas, winning several awards. Since 2005 he has been in charge of the Interdisciplinary format Experimental Workshp Shape and Sound Sound Art, that he founded, and in 2013 he started the Monteaudio International Sound Art Festival platform, both are operating at the EUM University School of Music Faculty of Arts UdelaR, Uruguay.


      Manuel Rocha Iturbide

      Manuel Rocha Iturbide is an artist, composer, researcher and curator. He has a degree at UNAM, a master's degree at Mills College and a doctorate in the area of ​​Music and Technology at the University of Paris VIII. His music was performed on several continents, receiving charges from the IMEB de Bourges Institute, Cuarteto Arditti, Onyx and Liminar groups, etc. He has produced works of art in important exhibitions such as the Sydney Biennale 1998, ARCO 1999, Funcção PRADA Veneza 2014, etc. He received research grants from the Banff Center for the Arts, the Japan Foundation, etc. He won prizes in the Luigi Russolo competitions in Italy, Bourges France and Ars Eletronica, among others. He is currently a full professor of digital art at UAM Lerma and composition at UNAM. Member of Mexico's SNCA on four occasions and currently SNI Level 1. His website is

      Marco Scarassatti

      Sound artist, improviser and composer, develops research and construction of sound sculptures and installations, besides field recordings; professor and researcher at the UFMG School of Education and author of the book Walter Smetak, o alquimista dos sons (Editora Perspectiva / SESC, 2008).


      Matt Lewis

      Matt Lewis is a sound-artist and designer based in London and Margate. 
Key areas of interest include the politics of sound, urbanism, sonic inclusion and immersivity. His work is most often focused on particular physical sites, or around particular social issues, such as regeneration, disability and urban planning. Matt is co-director of Call & Response, 
one of Europe’s only independent sound spaces. He has exhibited nationally and internationally in countries including Austria, Brazil, Portugal, Serbia and the USA, in festivals and venues such as Whitechapel Gallery, Café Oto, The Roundhouse, Diapason NYC, Tate and MK Gallery. Matt holds a PhD from Goldsmiths, from 2012-13 he was a Fellow at Central St Martins and was twice a resident artist at Metal Culture. Matt teaches at the Royal College of Art in London where and leads the Sound Pathway in the School of Communication.


      Mene Savasta

      Sound artist, musician and art historian. Mene researches and produces in the field of sound art. Her instalations have ben exhibited at CC Recoleta, Cólon Theather at Buenos Aires, Ars Eletronics 2013 (Linz, Austria), MACBA, Espacio Fundacíon Telefonica, CCEBA, among others. She composes and produces music using her voice, synthesizers and eletronic media. In 2015 edited her solo album Campo Cercano, material that was presented has sound and light performances in various contemporary art spaces, like Sónas (2016), Ciclo Escuchar (2016) and Mutek (2017), among others. Doctor in Art and Visual Arts History teacher (FBA, UNLP). Coordinates the Specialization in Sound Art at UNTref and is a visual arts teacher at UNA and masters teacher of Sound Art at UNQ. In 2015 was co-curator at Umbrales, spaces of sound, Argentina's first sound art exhibition.

      Nicolas Varchausky

      Nicolás Varchausky (Argentina, 1973) Composer, sound artist and professor-researcher at the National University of Quilmes (UNQ) and the National University Tres de Febrero. His artistic production includes electroacoustic and instrumental works, performances, sound installations and interdisciplinary projects in public spaces. His work investigates the possible relations between sound, space, memory and spoken word in technological contexts. He has made music for theater, dance and cinema, and has received several awards, including Honorable Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica and the Ibermúsicas Scholarship. He completed his PhD at the Center for Digital and Experimental Media Arts (DXARTS) at the University of Washington, USA. 

      Rainer Krause

      Rainer Krauser, 1957, Hoyerhagen, Germany. Since 1987 he lives and works in Santiago de Chile. Plastic and sound artist. Since 2007 he has been an academic at the University of Chile. Between 2013 and 2019 he was coordinator of the Postgraduate degree in Sound Art, Graduate School, Faculty of Arts, University of Chile. Since 2019, he has been a coordinator of Creation, Department of Visual Arts at the same University. More than 30 solo exhibitions in Germany, Chile, Spain and Canada and participations in numerous group exhibitions in Europe and America, including the Mercosur Biennials (2005, 2018), Montevideo (2014), Venice, Curitiba and Asunción ( all 2015), Media Arts, Santiago de Chile (2005, 2012, 2015), the exhibition Otros sonidos otras paisajes, MACRO - Museum of Contemporary Arts of Rome, Italy (2017) and SomaRumor, Espaço APIS, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2019). He participated in the sound art festivals Tsonami, Valparaíso (2008, 2009, 2012 and 2016) and Monteaudio, Montevideo, Uruguay (2016, 2018). Since 2005 he has been curator of exhibitions, events and sound art projects, among others at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago (2005) and Museu sem Muros, Santiago and Conceição (2010).


      Raquel Stolf

      Raquel Stolf (Indaial / SC, 1975) is an artist, researcher and teacher in the undergraduate and graduate courses in Visual Arts at UDESC, in Florianópolis. She developed Master's researches (2002) and PhD (2011) in Visual Arts at UFRGS, and Degree in Visual Arts (1999) at UDESC. She has been editing publications, such as mar paradoxo (2016), troca de sabonetes (2013), assonâncias de silêncios [collection] (2010), FORA [DO AR] (2004), and coordinating collective publications, such as anecoica (2014-2021) and sofá (2003-2011). He co-edited the magazine Receipt 33 with noise, with Traplev (2012), published Notations [clue signals] (Project A2, Par(e)ntesis, 2013), and has been participating in projects and exhibitions, such as Borealis Festival - RADIO SPACE (2020); com uma pedra atrás da orelha, (2020); LivrosLivres (2020); Pão e pedra, palavra-miragem (2019); Soma Rumor (2019); Lost and Found: Imagining new worlds (2019); RADIOPHRENIA (2019); Rio Engano - 14th International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Curitiba (2019); INSONORA 10 - Muestra Internacional de Arte Sonoro e Interactivo (2018); among other projects. / / / 


      Ricardo Basbaum

      Ricardo Basbaum (São Paulo, 1961) is an artist, researcher, and professor. He lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. His work is based on the investigation of art as a device of relationship and articulation between sensory experience, sociability and language. He has participated in several exhibitions and events, in Brazil and abroad, highlighting the 35th Panorama of Brazilian Art (MAM-SP, 2017) and the 20th Sydney Biennial (2016). Author of Diagrams, 1994 - ongoing (Errant Bodies Press, 2016) and Manual do artista-etc (Azougue, 2013). Professor at the Department of Art, Universidade Federal Fluminense.


      Rui Chaves

      Portuguese sound artist, interpreter and researcher. His creative work foregrounds a discussion about the presence, both physical and of the author, in the process of making sound art. This effort is based on a critical investigation of the theme of body, place, text and technology. From 2015 to 2018, he was a postdoctoral researcher at NuSom (University of São Paulo) with a research project that focused on the creation of an online "archive" of Brazilian sound art. In 2019, he co-edited with Professor Fernando Iazzetta the volume Making it Heard: A History of Brazilian Sound Art (Boomsbury). He is currently an international guest professor at the Federal University of Paraíba.


      Tato Taborda

      Tato Taborda. Professor of the Arts Course and of the Post-Graduation Contemporary Studies of the Arts at UFF, composer, performer, professor and curator of artistic events. In 2004 he finished his PhD in composition at Unirio with the project Biocontraponto, where he investigated the frontier between the communication of creatures of nocturnal habits such as frogs, crickets and fireflies and the techniques of polyphony and counterpoint. Among other works, he composed the multimedia opera The Fall of the Sky, commissioned by the Munich Biennial, with reruns in Munich, São Paulo, Rotterdam, and Vienna. He has composed for more than 40 theater and dance performances, receiving the Troféu Mambembe in 1996, the Coca-Cola Award in 1998, and the Klauss Vianna Award in 2007 and 2009. His works have been recorded by Col Legno, Fundación Arca-Ira, ABM-Digital and Lami labels. In 2008 he released the CD Tato Taborda e Geralda - Música para Orquestra, with works written for the multi-instrument Geralda, an electroacoustic orchestra with more than 70 sound sources.










      Alfonso Santillán Vázquez

      Alfonso Emanuel Santillán Vázquez has an undergraduate degree in Musical composition from the Faculty of Music-UNAM where he took classes with Manuel Rocha Iturbide, Gabriela Ortiz, Leonardo Coral and Julio Estrada among others. He has studies in physical engineering from UAM-Azcapotzalco and a diploma in musical research from CENIDIM-INBA. At the moment he is studying a master’s degree in Philosophy from Universidad Iberoamericana. As a musician he has participated in many generes and groups, mainly the Magisterial Folcloric Dance Company of Tulancingo, participating in the tours at Taiwan in 2018 and United Arab Emirates in 2019. He is a professor at the Regional Center of Education Studies- Pachuca, in the areas of Mathematics, Art education, Statistics and probability, and English. He is the founder and director of de Research Center for the Arts and Sciences, where complexity science, violence and music research is developed.


      Amanda Jacometi

      Amanda Jacometi is an artist, educator and researcher. She believes in a multidisciplinary dialogue as a form of expression and, therefore, uses several languages to compose her works: voice, body, sound, painting, technology and movement. She is currently a substitute music teacher at Colégio de Aplicação da UFRJ, pursuing her master's degree in Music, Culture and Society at UNESPAR and in Sonology (Creation Processes and Sound Production) at USP.


      Ana Emerich

      Artist and researcher, investigates dialogues between sound, image, place and conceptual perspectives. Her proposals articulate topologies of listening, temporal immersion, field recording, space, memory, writing and political imagination in the territory of contemporary art. He has conducted orchestras and choirs, and coordinated musical projects in symphonic institutions. Currently, he participates in artistic residencies, develops commissioned works and his creations are presented in exhibition, editorial and scenic contexts. Bachelor in Music/Regency (UNICAMP), Master in Art and Contemporary Culture (UERJ) and doctoral candidate in the same program with the research Audio Archives as volumes of time (CAPES Scholarship). She collaborates as a teacher in free courses at EAV Parque Lage - Escola de Artes Visuais, and in the post-graduation lato sensu course in Performing Arts at PUC Rio. Her most recent work, MAPA, puts sounds and agro toxics in a terrain of montages, critical articulations and fabrications.


      Anna Farré (Anna Karinvinge)

      I was born in Barcelona and graduated in 2013 as a Fiction Director at ESCAC (School of Cinema and Audiovisuals of Catalonia). My final degree short film did fairly well being screened in more than 170 film festivals and winning 27 awards. After graduating I worked directing commercials (among some other brands for Nike and Timberland) and also teaching at different universities (IDEP, ESCAC, Elisava). In 2019 I decided to apply to the Royal College of Art to engage in the Digital Direction programme as I felt it was the right time for me to deepen my knowledge in new technologies and how they can be used for storytelling. My experience with the Master degree has not only provided me with new technical skills but also, and more importantly, with an enhanced critical thinking about the media and issues surrounding contemporary structures and society.


      Arthur Wilson

      Arthur Wilson is a creative technologist and artist from Ulster, Ireland currently operating in London. Sound and technology experimentation forms the foundation of his work, with a specialism in audio programming to create installations, standalone objects, instruments, performances and experiences.


      Beatriz Galhardo

      Beatriz Galhardo is a dancer, essayist and visual artist. She investigates manual and foot weavings made with and in the world from a black feminist poetics. Her current research and production unfolds between the fields of aesthetics, dance and performance, focusing on the issues of the walking gesture and its decolonial practices. She is a member of the editorial board of the digital arts and culture magazine Sala 400 and published the book À escuta dos pés: caminhada e dança em "Notícias de América", by Zazie Edições. She has a master's degree in Contemporary Studies of the Arts - UFF, a degree in Aesthetics and Theater Theory from UNIRIO and a degree in contemporary dance from Escola Técnica de dança Angel Vianna.



      Bipasha Mukherjee

      Bipasha Mukherjee is a 2d illustrator/animator from India. She's interested in watercolour as a medium, character studies and urban sketching. In her practice, she takes inspiration from her life and socio-cultural roots. She's currently studying animation at the Royal College of Art, trying to experiment with other mediums and techniques of film making, and trying to find her niche style as a film-maker and artist.


      Bryan Ky San Yep Valencia

      I discovered music when I was a child, studied flute for a few years and after high school I decided to pursue a music composition degree at UNM. I studied uunder the guidance of Nilo Velarde, Benjamin Bonilla, Jose Sosaya and Dante Valdéz, also studied the subject of music and technology with PhD Jose Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón. I was part of the organization of Sinapsis 2nd and 3rd edition, which is an annual recital made by the composition students of UNM and held by the same institution. In the third edition I presented the electroacoustic work 'Deus Ex Machina' which you can find on SoundCloud. I am an active member of ELUNM (Ensamble de Laptops de la UNM) and I was part of UNO, the first discographic production of UNM consisting of electroacousctic music works by students of UNM. I'm currently working on a paper which focuses on the piece 'El filo errante' by Jose Ignacio López, which was also featured in UNO. My main interests are music and technology and orchestral music.


      Caio Costa Campos

      With a degree in Music from UFMG, computer technician from CEFET-MG and bachelor in composition also from UFMG, Caio currently seeks a meeting of the arts with computing/programming. Member of the group 'imaginários sonoros', he develops mixed music projects since 2018, including a scientific initiation, with professor Sérgio Freire, about Pierre Schaeffer's type-morphology applied to the creation and analysis with/of percussive sounds. He has experience with C++, JavaScript, SuperCollider, PureData, Max-MSP languages, as well as Processing and openFrameworks, in a creation-oriented use. Besides that, he develops projects related to improvisation and experimental performance, being also part of the free improvisation group GILU, where he plays the double bass (acoustic and electric) and develops programs that dialogue with improvisations, both visually and sonically. He is also a member of the duo 'não-igual', together with Fefo, focusing on interactive performances.


      Camila Proto

      Camila Proto (Porto Alegre, 1996) is a multimedia artist with a master's degree in Visual Arts from UFRGS and a doctorate in Philosophy from PUC-Rio. Her research goes through the intersemiotic universe, tensing the relations between art, science and philosophy. She is interested in transit and intersections as a creation methodology, questioning the idea of translation as an inventive engine of difference. Among her participation in exhibitions, we highlight: the University Circuit of the International Biennial of Curitiba (2017, Curitiba), the Contemporary Art Award of the Alliance Française (2019 and 2020, Porto Alegre), the festival 10 New Frequencies (2020, Rio de Janeiro), and the International Exhibition "ComCiência" (2019, Belo Horizonte). She was nominated for the XIII Açorianos de Artes Plásticas Award (2020, Porto Alegre), in the "Early Career Artist" category.


      Camila Vermelho

      I graduated in Film Scriptwriting from the Darcy Ribeiro Film School (IBAV-ECDR), and I also have a degree in History - Licentiate and Bachelor's degree - and a Bachelor's degree in Scenic Arts - Theatrical Direction - from the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM). Yesterday I became Master in Sound and Visual Poetics at the Graduate Program in Visual Arts at UFSM, in the research line Art and Technology, researching the relations between art, technology, communication and activism. I have also been working with radio for 5 years, either through the art and culture program I produce and present, Baleiro das Artes, on UniFM 107.9 radio, or with transmedia experiments that involve radio transmissions, sound spatialization, theater and performance. Today, I live in a naturist community, where I have been experimenting with the dimension of listening devices in the midst of the environment least interfered by humans, and how this experience can reverberate critically about Brazil today.


      Carlos Sebastián Chandía Chiappe

      Actor with a degree and candidate for a Masters in Media Arts, both from the University of Chile. He also worked in areas such as drama and directing. Selected twice as editor of the cycle of creators of the theater department of the U. de Chile, and National Selected for the XVI National Dramaturgy Show. He worked as a teacher in different cultural and social spheres, such as the migrant population and people deprived of liberty. Selected for the sample of the MonteAudio 2020 Festival.


      Carmo Pinheiro De Melo

      I am a multidisciplinary artist. I work closely with different mediums, exploring their ‘manuality’, their texture, and combining them to create something new. This knowledge of multiple mediums gives me a unique perspective on how I approach my work and the projects I’m involved in.


      Carola Zelaschi

      Composer, arranger, producer and drummer born in the City of Buenos Aires in December 1991. Graduated from Contemporary Music School. She studied drums, composition and orchestral arrangements. She founded and is part of the experimental noise punk band Blanco Teta. In 2019, he composed, produced and arranged his first solo album, PANAL. That same year, she was selected along with 10 artists from around the world to participate in a musical residency directed by Chilly Gonzales with great artists such as Nils Frahm, Feist and Peaches. In 2020, she participated as an orchestral arranger and drummer in the group of “Autoras Argentinas” at Centro Cultural Kirchner. Currently, she is finishing a new project where she composes and improvises with samples made by artists from around the world, collected during quarantine. On the occasion of her visit to the Art OMI residence, she is starting a new work, where she intends to unite the organic ensemble with noise and sound design.


      Edilson Jonatah Cardoso

      I have been a professional musician for 8 years. My main instruments are singing, guitar, acoustic guitar and ukulele. I also enjoy experimenting with the double bass and percussion instruments. I started studying music when I was 15 years old, in the Guitar Orchestra of the Governador Milton Campos State School. I work/worked with bands that play several musical genres: Axé, Rock, Pagode, Sertanejo, Salsa, Jazz, Carnival Blocos, etc. Currently I work as a freelance musician, do voice and guitar in bars and play with the Expresso Hits Dance Band. In addition, I give guitar and music perception classes. Thanks to Professor Marco Scarassatti I was able to have practical experiences with the Sound Art.


      Eduardo Politzer Couto

      Eduardo Politzer is an artist who lives and works in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His work takes sound and its poetic relations as its starting point and develops in different formats and media, creating a sensitive field where the artist establishes connections between reality and the imaginary.


      Elif Gülin Soğuksu

      Elif Gülin Soğuksu was born in Istanbul, 1998. Having received scholarships, she continued her education at Istanbul Bilgi University Music Department and studying electronic, electroacoustic and acoustic music composition with Tolga Tüzün, studying music production with Michael Nielsen. She is composing music and sound designing for both digital and live theatre, films and working on music production. She is highly interested in working with interdisciplinary fields like performance arts, new media, digital and visual arts. She often performs in projects and uses her vocal, body, live-electronics and violoncello. She co-founded the international all womxn collective It’s Us: Ophelia and they created their debut project; a digital theatre experience; So, Count Mine. She is a member of Istanbul Bilgi University Laptop Orchestra (IBULOrk), computer-based ensemble with five musical instruments each consisting of a laptop computer and interfacing equipments.


      Felippe Brandão

      Felippe Brandão (or Fefo) is an artist and researcher born in Vitória/ES, living in Belo Horizonte/MG since 2013. He explores sound possibilities in composition, improvisation, computing and field recordings, working mainly in the experimental music scene of Belo Horizonte. Projects the musical performance from interactive systems, digital instruments, open scores, and games for improvisation, working on the convergence between music, technology and other arts. He researches methods of computational analysis of chamber music performance as a scholarship student, and is graduating in Music from UFMG.


      Filipe Cretton

      Sound designer, músico, mixador  e pesquisador na área de espacialização sonora, investiga sobre mixagem binaural, seus reflexos e experimentações no processo criativo e na performance musical. Atualmente, tem seus estudos com a aplicação voltada à produção de música ao vivo, no teatro e no audiovisual. É mestrando em Música, Linguagem e Sonologia pela Unicamp, técnico em audiovisual da CPM-ECO/UFRJ e músico-mixador de espetáculos e shows.


      Felippe Mussel

      Felippe Schultz Mussel (Petrópolis 1984), sound desingner for cinema and audiovisual projects. He is responsible for the sound capture, editing and sound design of more than 30 Brazilian films in the last 15 years. One of his recent outstanding works, the feature film "A Febre"(2019), received the awards for Best Sound at the Brasília Film Festival, Best Sound at the Janela de Cinema do Recife and the Special Jury Award at the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival. He graduated from Escola de Cinema Darcy Ribeiro (2007), has a degree in Cultural Production (2010, UFF) and a master's degree in Social Communication (2016, UFF), where he researched the work of filmmaker Adirley Queirós. He directed the feature film "Em busca de um lugar comum" (2012), a documentary that investigates the tourist rides in the Rocinha slum, in Rio de Janeiro. He is currently a professor at the film course at PUC-Rio and a student of Sound Art at Parque Laje School of Visual Arts.


      Fernanda Fábrega

      Fernanda Fábrega (CL)Born in Antofagasta in 1987. Visual artist and cultural manager. Student of the Master in Media Arts at the Universidad de Chile. In charge of visual arts and residencies at the Goethe-Institut Chile. In her individual and collective work she develops research associated with performance, sound and installation. She is a member of the collectives Sonoras, Chusca, Barricada Sonora and KAUM. 


      Fran Favero

      Fran Favero is a visual artist and curator. She holds a master's degree and a graduate degree in Visual Arts from UDESC, with an exchange program to UQAM, in Montreal. As a visual artist, she dedicates herself mainly to researching the border relations that permeate territories, bodies, and memories, working in the field of multimedia. Among the main exhibitions she has participated as an artist are the solo exhibition Nobody can hold air, 14th International Biennial of Curitiba, MASC/SC, 2019 and the group exhibition What's going on in Brazil, Les Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles, France, 2019. She is currently a collaborating professor at the Department of Visual Arts at UDESC, a member of the Armazém Project team - exhibitions and fairs of multiples and artist publications, and deputy director of the NGO Observatório Nacional da Cultura (ONC).


      Gabriela Nobre

      Gabriela Nobre is a sound artist and poet born in Rio de Janeiro. Since 2016, she works in the experimental scene with her project b-Aluria. She is a doctoral student in Contemporary Studies of the Arts at UFF, and holds a master's degree in Francophone Language and Literature from the same institution. She is the curator of the independent label Música Insólita, which unfolds into a website with content about Brazilian experimental music.


      Gianni Bellini

      Multidisplinary and traveling artist.


      Guilherme Farkas

      Graduated in Cinema and Audiovisual at UFF, is a master's student at PPGCine/UFF with research on ambient sound and field-recording between cinema, anthropology and sound art. He works with sound capture and post-production for audiovisual and installation projects and is a member of the Associação dos Profissionais de Pós Produção de Som (A3pS - Brazil). As a sound designer he was selected for Buenos Aires Talents/2018 (Argentina) and Berlinale Talents/2020 (Germany). He has directed sound for films shown in festivals such as Berlinale, Rotterdam, Locarno, Cannes, Visions Du Réel, Anthology Film Archives, San Sebastiàn among others. For some of his works he received awards for best sound (Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife), best sound direction (Bienal Internacional do Cinema Sonoro) and best sound conception (Primeiro Plano). In 2015 he curated the exhibition Sonoridade Cinema (Caixa Cultural/RJ) about sound in contemporary cinema. He is a professor of sound at the International Academy of Cinema (AIC-RJ).

      Guilherme Zanchetta

      Guilherme Zanchetta is a multimedia artist and midiologist in training. In the year 2021 he had his works exhibited in the exhibitions "ars e_on" and "homeostasis", held respectively by the gallery ÆON and homeostasis lab. In 2020 he developed a research on sound media and sound art under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Paulo Cesar Teles and with the support of CNPQ. In the same year was monitor and participated of the artistic residence of Andrea Cohen "Radio as Art - Art as Radio", as part of the activities of the Program "Hilda Hilst" of the Resident Artist of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Unicamp (IdEA) He is a member of the artistic collective "Grupo corpo generativo" , with his work "Infracta" was exposed in the Ubiquotous Music Workshop 2020. He has worked as a sound technician and mixer for audiovisual having his works O Pulo (2019, Ana Schilling),exposed at Kinoforum festival and Firma Ponto, Filho de Fé ( 2019, Giovanna Colussi) awarded at VI festival brasil de cinema internacional.


      Gustavo Sales Rocha Santos

      Born in São Paulo - SP, Brazil, Gustavo Sales Rocha Santos is a composer graduated in Music in composition modality by the State University of Campinas (Unicamp). He has participated in projects related to sound production and creation of soundtracks for audiovisual, theater and dance, also working in the area of sound design, direct sound recording, electroacoustic music and immersive audio. He worked as a sound effects assistant for the film "Dora and Gabriel" by Ugo Giorgetti. He has participated in workshops and master classes of musical composition, conducting and radio art, among them the workshop "Collaborative and interactive sound creation - Sound interchange between Brazil-Argentina-France", taught by Andrea Cohen (France Culture | Radio France), as part of the activities of the Program "Hilda Hilst" of the Resident Artist of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Unicamp (IdEA - 2020).


      Josué Martínez

      Josué Martínez (1995, Mexico City) is a digital artist and multimedia director. Currently, he is about to acquire his degree in Art and Digital Communication at the Metropolitan Autonomous University, Lerma Unit as well as Administration at UNAM. His work is focused on experimenting with different technologies, so it encompasses different media, such as: Digital art, electronic art and sound art. He is part of the Tekne_{*}.debug() Collective, with whom he performed in concerts in different sites such as the MUCA campus (UNAM), the 50th anniversary of Leonardo do MIT magazine (UAM) and the first Space and Immersion International Colloqui. He developed as a multimedia director, assisting, collaborating and producing works of digital, electronic and new media art for distinguished internationally renowned artists. He received PRODEP scholarships in two occasions: Hugo Solís García (2018) and Manuel Rocha Iturbide (2017).


      Julia Rossetti

      Julia Rossetti (Corrientes, Argentina, 1986) is an artist, manager and teacher; Degree in Visual Arts and Graphic Design (Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina), currently completing a Specialization in Sound Art (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina). She was a scholarship holder in the workshops of the National Fund for the Arts (2013/2014), Yungas Project (2014) and of the Artists Program at the Di Tella University (2018). She participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions; fairs and festivals in Argentina, Paraguay and Mexico. She participated in national and international residencies and meetings in several Argentine provinces. Co-directed Limbo, an independently managed project in Corrientes Capital (2012-2019). Since 2018, she has been part of the staff of the federal platform of artists Intemperie and recently, of the production team of the Centro de Arte Sonoro (CASo). Since 2018, she has lived and worked in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.


      Julio Santa Cecília

      Julio Santa Cecília is a musician, producer and audiovisual artist. With a degree in music production, he became interested in furthering his studies in art and its sound dimension, which led him to the Sound Art program at Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage. Since then, he has been dedicating himself to audiovisual works that present an attentive perception of the visuality and sonority of this time in suspension. His experimental music project, Mondrongo, transits between drone and glitch, which is built with the use of analog elements and surfaces, such as loops of k7 tapes and synthesized sounds, to accentuate the experience and "induce trance". He is influenced by key figures from the experimental and minimalist scene such as La Monte Young, William Basinski, Cildo Meireles, Pauline de Oliveros, Tim Hecker, Oneohtrix Point Never, among others.


      Leo Alves Vieira

      Leo Alves Vieira is a Brazilian sound artist and composer, working from written music, to performances and installations, to electroacoustic pieces, released in experimental music labels in Brazil and abroad. He has written scores for theater and short films, and is also an activist for human rights. He graduated in composition at the UFRJ School of Music and is finishing his master's degree at the Contemporary Arts Studies Program (PPGCA-UFF). He has been a festival curator and producer, besides being a music teacher in several schools and currently, besides his teaching internships within the program, giving private lessons in composition, guitar and harmony.


      Lina Marcela Colonia

      I was born in Santiago de Cali-Colombia. I lived for several years in Bogotá, where I studied Literary Studies at the Pontifical Javeriana University. I started a professional training in woodworking at the Dr. Pedro Figari School of Arts and Crafts in Montevideo-Uruguay. I am currently doing a graduation in Digital and Electronic Art at the Instituto Nacional de Belas Artes in the same city.


      Lucas Mattos

      Lucas Mattos, graduated in arts at UFF, musician and researcher in the areas of voice and performance, video art and sound installation, started early to play the clarinet from where came the interest in the field of sound, then in college came the interest in performance, learning to create layers of sound that he uses in his works as the main area of experimentation.


      Lucía Chamorro

      Multidisciplinary artist from Montevideo, Uruguay, who works mainly in the areas of musical composition and sound art. She worked on creation and research projects on soundscape, electroacoustic music, contemporary music, free improvisation, sound creation for audiovisual and video art.


      Luciana Roberto

      Luciana Roberto was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has a degree in Music and Technology from the National University of Quilmes. She works as a sound artist, sound designer, software developer and experimental luthier. During her academic training, she took part in research projects such as "ElectropUNQ" (Argentina) and "INSIDE3" (Colombia) where she carried out technological developments applied to art. In 2018 she won an exchange scholarship at the Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia and that same year she won a creative scholarship from the National Fund for the Arts. Her main artistic focus is the creation of experimental musical instruments from disused objects. Some of these instruments formed part of improvised concerts, accompanied independent artists and set music for theather plays.


      Marcello Magdaleno

      Magdaleno (Rio de Janeiro, 1970) works with performance, sound, video, photography and poetry. Researcher artist with a background in architecture and music, he concludes his master's degree in Arts in the PPGCA-UFF in 2021, with the research "The Study of Immersive Environments and their Objects". In 2021 he releases the CD "Astronáutico". He has presented sound works at MonteAudio 2020 Festival (Uruguay) and Tsomani 2020 Festival (Chile), Multiplicidade Festival (Rio, 2017), at Poetry House (New York, 2016), at Saramago Foundation (Lisbon, 2014/16). With the project Sobre o Mar, performance with sound, images and texts, he has been to Casa da América Latina (Lisbon, 2019), FLIP (Paraty, 2015 and 2017), Centre D`Essai de Université de Montréal (Canada, 2017), at Georgetown University (Washington, 2016).


      Mariana Carvalho

      Mariana Carvalho is a performer, sound artist, improviser and pianist, interested in the body, voices, listening, relationship, intimacy, gender, internal sounds, nylon, prepared piano, eutonia, free improvisation, installation. Currently pursuing a master degree in Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at UdK Berlin. She is part of Sonora: music and feminisms. She has a bachelor's degree in piano at USP, where she was part of NuSom - Núcleo de Pesquisas em Sonologia da USP and Orquestra Errante. She was artist in residence at Q-O2 (Be) and AADK Spain. His work has been shown in the festival Dystopie - Berlin Sound Art, Sons de Silício (Br) and in the festival Sur Aural (Bol). He has performed in different places in Brazil, Latin America and Europe, such as SESC Jazz, MAM-Rio, CASo (Arg), GIO Fest (UK), Centro Párraga (Esp), George Enescu Museum (Ro), CS Fest (Pt), Tsonami Festival (Chii), FLADEM (Ar, Br, Mex).


      Marina Mapurunga

      Artist and researcher who works in the field of audiovisual, sound art and music. Professor of sound in the Cinema course at the Universidade Federal do Recôncavo da Bahia (UFRB). PhD student in Music at USP, where she is developing her research on experimental sound practices as strategies to reactivate listening in film courses. Researcher at NuSom-USP and LinkLivre-UFRB. Member of the feminist network Sonora and Orquestra Errante. Coordinator of the Laboratory of Research, Practice and Sound Experimentation - SONatório, extension project of UFRB, and of OLapSo (Orquestra de Laptops SONatório). Latest works: performance Estafa Mental n.1, at the exhibition Sounds of Silicon 2019; soundwalk Dystopian Path, at Dystopie sound art Festival 2020; (in)fleXus, at X Novas Frequências 2020; video-art Gabinete de Vozes, at the residence Sampleologia in celebration of the 85th anniversary of the Disco Oneyda Alvarenga CCSP 2021; Ressonâncias, with the Sonora network at the II Festival CHIII 2021.


      Matheus Abel

      Matheus Abel (Brazil, Sombrio/SC, 1993) is an artist and researcher. He investigates writing processes, reading modes and their unfoldings, articulating and friction text and image. Exhibitions include the individual A noção de um todo construído em partes (2019), curated by Juliana Crispe, linked to the 14th International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Curitiba, Polo SC, and Com uma pedra atrás da orelha, (2020), a collective curatorial-proposition by Raquel Stolf, at Alfaiataria, Curitiba/PR. He participates regularly in print art fairs. Integrates the teams of the Armazém Project, where she held an artistic residence and developed works between 2018-2019; Radiofonias, an extension program linked to CEART and UDESC radio; Anecoica, thinking the homonymous publication that investigates uses of text and sound in art; and the group Contemporary artistic propositions and their experimental processes, UDESC/CNPq, coordinated by Raquel Stolf. Lives, researches and works in Florianópolis/SC.


      Matías Serrano Acevedo

      > Sound artist based in Santiago, Chile. In 2017 obtained the Bachelor’s degree in Arts, with mention in Sound, from the University of Chile. His work is mainly focused on listening and mediation through DIY technologies and analog electronics, and the generation of open educational activities for aural culture and medial autonomy. Has mainly worked with the Graphical Designer Bárbara Molina in Colectiva 22bits, designing listening and performing devices, installations and workshops. As a musician, has published two albums under the alias misaa, and co-manages the latin american netlabel for sound art and experimental music Archivo Veintidós. In 2020, took part of the listening research group Ruido Propio, and since 2021 is a student of the Master in Media Art of University of Chile.


      Miguel Garutti

      Born in Buenos Aires in 1988. He graduated in Arts from the University of Buenos Aires, where he worked on his doctoral thesis on Latin American electroacoustic music in the 60s. He studied piano, composition and technology at the Conservatório Provincial de Pehuajó, at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes and at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. He was an agent of the Center for Artistic Investigations (CIA) in 2016. In 2019, he was awarded a scholarship at the Winter School of the New Opera Festival in Buenos Aires. Since 2018, he has been working in the preservation of audio tapes at the Musical Research and Production Laboratory of the Recoleta Cultural Center and collaborates with the Fernando von Reichenbach (UNQ) Music and Sound Art Archive. He co-programs the cycle of concerts Fantasía and Abstracción. Collaborates with artists from other disciplines in Buenos Aires, Valparaíso, Pitalito, Bogotá and São Paulo. In his last works he explores the chronoesthetic relationships between different species.


      Natália Francischini

      Natália Francischini is a musician and visual artist. She transits between both languages through sound and performance. As a musical improviser, she is interested in the preparation of the electric guitar and researches possible relations between her body, the guitar and ordinary objects. In the project Teratosphonia, she poetically and sonically explores the themes of death and mortification, having the memory of the body as the trigger of this process. She also works with underground music production, being one of the articulators of the label Música Insólita (MG/SP) and member of the collective Frestas Telúricas (PE/RO/SP/RJ). She has participated in festivals such as IMPROFEST (2021), Novas Frequências (2020), SESC Jazz (2019), CHIII Festival of Creative Music (2021; 2019) and International Festival of Experimental Music (2016). Since 2019 he has been developing master research in Music Creation Processes (Nusom - ECA/USP) and since 2015 he has participated in the study and practice group in free musical improvisation Orquestra Errante.



      Nirah was born in São Paulo, but lives in Florianópolis for 30 years. She has been studying singing and the possibilities of the voice since 2009. Besides being a singer and music therapist, she has a PhD in Music from Udesc and a Master in Music from Unirio. She likes to explore the sonic universe, listen to what happens around her and play with sounds. Besides listening to the world, she wants to show the world what she hears, discovering and exploring different perspectives of listening.


      Nubia Mobo

      Nubia Mobo, is an artist-etc. Currently a bachelor student in Media Studies and bachelor of arts at Universidade Federal Fluminense. She produces her works through an interest in what human beings are, what surrounds them, the materialities of the results of their actions, subjectivities and technologies. He uses gambiarras and subversion tactics, as well as languages from the plastic, sound and multimedia arts. His investigations are guided by the environment, the everyday poetics and the power relations that encompass our society.


      Pablo Elinbaum

      Pablo Elinbaum is an architect, PhD in urbanism from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona. He is currently a CONICET researcher based at the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CEUR), co-director of the Urban Development line, professor at the Workshop on Urbanism and History at the School of Architecture and Urban Studies at the University Torcuato Di Tella. Since his specialization in Sound Art at UNTREF, he has tried to expand his line of investigation, focused on the production of urban spaces and urbanization processes, through knowledge of the aurality of places, through conceptual and theoretical review and discussion and reflection based on practice of listening, combining different techniques and tools of phonography and cartography.


      Paula Elgarrista

      Paula Elgarrista (MdP) is a sound artist and DJ (Polett). Currently working on a thesis in Audiovisual Communication and a specialization in Sound Art (UNTREF). Her artistic production started in the underground scene at Mundo Dios. She is part of an experimental project called FLAVIA together with Mariana Pellejero, selected by the Escuchar no MAMBA cycle. Her sound works on Radio CASo (Drone Celebration and PAN). Collaborates with visual and contemporary dance artists. In 2019, she won an FNA scholarship, Espaços Analógicos, a group that works on the dialogue between body, image and sound. Was selected as an artist for a PLEAMA scholarship granted by the FNA, directed by Ernesto Romeo. In 2017, she participated in an artist residency in Germany (Vorwek-Stif), developing a video installation that deals with the relationship between phenomenology and sound. in 2019 she presented Silencio, dispositivo sonoro in the "Interferencias" exhibition. In 2021, she performed a sound tour at the Museo Mar, where she worked on the sound reconstruction of the Silver Sea.


      Pierre Engelhard

      Pierre Engelhard is a Swiss/Peruvian visual artist and digital designer currently studying a masters in Digital Direction at the Royal College of Art. His multicultural background organically led to further travels, leading to Scotland, where he started his creative exploration. Pierre has collaborated with musicians. composers and sound artists with the aim to support their sonic pieces with visuals that react and respond to the sound as a way to express introspective ideas and atmospheric breaks from everyday life. Ultimately, Pierre is motivated by the re-imagination of common tales with the goal of alimenting joyful interactions through his work.


      Priscila Costa Oliveira

      Priscila Costa Oliveira (1990) is an artist and researcher. She coordinates the podcast VER.SAR and is a member of the Ka Collective. Currently a PhD student in Visual Arts at the State University of Santa (UDESC), where she is part of the RADIOFONIAS program and the research group contemporary artistic propositions and their experimental processes. She has production in the relations of voice and listening with communities and the use of orality media. Researches the conversation as artistic practice.


      Raisa Filgueira Soares Gomes

      Architect and Urban Planner, graduated in 2014 from the University Center of João Pessoa (UNIPÊ). Specialist in Management and Practice in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Restoration Works, 2015 Edition, from the Center for Advanced Studies of Integrated Conservation (CECI/UFPE) in Olinda, Pernambuco. Student of the Academic Master's Degree by the Graduate Program in Visual Arts (PPGAV UFPB/UFPE) in research line 02: historical and theoretical processes in Visual Arts. I am currently attending a Bachelor's Degree in Visual Arts at the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB). I have experience in the field of Visual Arts and Architecture and Urbanism, with emphasis in the area of Cultural Heritage, establishing partnerships with other professionals and companies working in this sphere.


      Rayssa Melo

      Graduated in Music at UFPB (violin major), and studying for a bachelor's degree in Viola de Arco, also at UFPB. Teacher, violinist and violist, she has participated in the Paraíba Youth Symphony Orchestra, and developed musical research in the area of Popular Culture. She is a violin teacher at PRIMA, and works as a violinist in popular music shows and recordings by artists such as Érica Maria, Baluarte, Meiofree, Contação da Rua, Nélio Torres, and others. He participated in 2013 in activities and research in popular culture, such as Cavalo Marinho and theatrical performances in the Festival of Staged Poetry of SESC. Moreover, he develops work in the performing arts, as a violinist in performances and stage shows, such as RepercuSONS, Amálgama and Iranti, of Cia Lunay, where he is a member. In the field of classical music, he is a member of Quarteto Tabajara and was part of the first formation of Camerata Parahyba.


      Renzo Garcés

      Renzo Garcés is an academic music composer, with a bachelor's degree in music composition from the National University of Music of Peru. He started in academic music with a specialization in guitar in 2013, studying for three years before changing his specialty to musical composition. He had master classes in guitar, piano and music composition with teachers of different nationalities. Between 2019 and 2020 he was part of the Laptop Set of the National University of Music - ELUNM, the first set of laptops in Peru, with which he performed several presentations and collaborated with various Peruvian institutions such as PUCP,ENSBA, AIDEM, among others. He is currently studying electronic music and visual arts in particular and is close to starting a master's degree in electroacoustic music composition.


      Saúl Zenon Medina Valenzuela

      I was born on June 30, 1992, in Lima - Peru. In 2016, I began my career in music composition under the teachings of maestro Dante Valdez Ortiz, successfully completing it in 2020. During my studies at UNM I had the opportunity to participate in various activities organized by the Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art (LAMU) under the direction of Dr. José Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón, including concerts, musicalization of silent works, exhibitions, etc. In 2020, my work Fiestas de sangre, in its stereophonic version, was included in the album UNO, produced by UNM. I have been a member of the Laptop Ensemble of the National University of Music (ELUNM) since its inception until now. I am interested in acquiring more knowledge in the use of new technologies for the creation of electroacoustic works.



      Shangyunwu, a sound and media researcher, designer and programmer based in Taiwan. She focus on deep time and sonic interaction design with media territory. Her design is an approach to human-centered sonic experience design for specific physical and digital spaces.


      Tiago Brizolara

      Popular music fiction, scientific computing, audio design, interactive applications. Tiago Brizolara comes from Brazilian music (mainly instrumental), takes the road to festivals in the 2000s and from 2016 starts also creating digital musical / visual instruments from captured motion, interactive installations, tracks for contemporary art, with partnerships that include the group R.I.S.C.O., Atelier Digital O Sítio and artists like Flora Holderbaum and Juliana Hoffmann, among others. He is a PhD candidate in Computation and Human Movement at UBS (France), researching interactive computer applications for stage performance. He has a master's degree in Physics (UFSC-SC), a specialist in Digital Games (PUC-PR), was a student of Music Composition (UEM-PR), and attended courses at Berklee School of Music Online. He is also a consultant in software for the medical field. His current project is a musical instrument that recreates and embodies atmospheric sounds - the Elemental.


      Thiago Franzim

      I work since 2012 as a guitarist and composer in several musical projects in the city of Londrina, PR, such as Aminoacid, Red Mess, Hellway Patrol and Guro. I graduated from the music graduation course at UEL (Londrina State University). In 2017 I inaugurated the studio and label "Tapete Voador Records", in which I carried out the production of three records of the London band "Aminoácido". From 2016 to 2020 I participated in several national and international tours such as: the project "Interplanetary Tour" of the band Aminoácido; a European tour with the band Hellway Patrol and as guitarist of the American country singer Willie Heath Neal; and a tour with the band Hellway Patrol in the United States and Mexico. Currently I am producing a sound documentary for radio about the band Aminoácido, sponsored by PROMIC (Londrina's municipal program of culture incentive).


      Thigresa Almeida

      Non-binary person, artist and performance researcher. She works from the image of blades, protective and cutting objects (razor and barbed wire). She has taught courses and classes on performance language, and coordinated artistic residencies with performance artists in the state of São Paulo. In his research he tensions questions about genealogies, gender, politics, and the impossible possibilities of existences.


      Urutau Maria Pinto

      Urutau, born in Tatuí, São Paulo, is a researcher, undisciplinary artist and transvestite. She works mainly in the field of Sound Arts and its Technologies. She holds a BA degree in Cinema and Audiovisual and is currently pursuing her BA degree, both at Universidade Federal Fluminense in the city of Niterói. Her work investigates possibilities of existences and transmutations of bodies and imaginaries through Sound Art, Radio Art, Satellites, Anti-Cinema, Oracles, Circus and Technologies of Dissident Genres.


      Victor H Romero

      He studied music at the Cardenal Miranda Institute and the National School of Music, with conductors such as Xavier Gonzáles, T. Luis Elías Chaín, Lucía Álvarez, composition with Julio Estrada and Germán Romero Pacheco, and electroacoustic with Antonio Fernández, Pablo Silva and Manuel Iturbìde Rock. First place in multimedia at the Bourges Electroacoustic Trivium, where he held a residency. He performed in rooms in Mexico City such as: Carlos Chávez, Nezahualcoyotl, Miguel Covarrubias, Simón Bolívar, Sala Blas Galindo, Plaza de las Artes del CENART and the Palacio de Bellas Artes, among others, and in festivals such as: Radar da Cidade do Mexico, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th International Sound Art Festival of X-Teresa Current Art, International Electroacoustic Music Festival of Bourges, the 2nd Festival of the Times of Noise, the Sound Gallery of North Texas University, and the International Forum of Music, Art and Contemporary Culture of Rome, etc.


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      The 2nd Latin American Sound Art Meeting: SomaRumor takes place from 18 to 28 October. The Meeting promotes a set of activities dedicated to the field of sound art: RESIDENCE, EXHIBITION, WORKSHOPS, TALKS AND ROUNDTABLE TABLES. Due to the pandemic, all activities will take place online and will be free of charge. To follow the events, access the full schedule at  Below, a brief summary of the activities of SomaRumor. 

      RESIDENCE in its 2nd edition SomaRumor launches the Artist Residency Program aimed at training students and young artists. The Residency Program took place from July to October 2021 with twenty-one tutors among renowned curators, artists and academics in the field of sound art worldwide. In all, more than fifty resident artists from Latin America and Europe developed new projects that will be presented at the Exhibition.   

      MOSTRA brings together new works focused on the online format that were created during the pandemic period and the Artistic Residencies. Among the works are pieces of different formats such as radio interventions, sculptures and sound instruments, performances and installations, participatory works and immersive environments for web, media interventions and performative readings, records and videos to name a few. This rich collection of work will be exhibited at and on the SomaRumor channel on youtube.

      Eight WORKSHOPS will be offered remotely during SomaRumor. They will be online courses that explore processes related to sound and music creation, addressing various themes, such as: ancestrality (Afro-diasporic, Amerindian), listening, appropriation techniques and computer programming. Registration for the workshops is free and will run until 15 October. For those interested, access the site www.artes

      TALKS AND ROUNDTABLES will promote meetings between artists, researchers, curators, artists and independent spaces.  The guests will present and discuss creation processes, artistic work, publications, collections, curatorial initiatives of independent labels, among other topics related to sound art. 

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      SomaRumor was conceived by Giuliano Obici, Ricardo Basbaum, and Tato Taborda together with the group SOMA (Som nas Artes) and Núcleo Multi-Experimental


      Both Núcleo Multi-Experimental and SOMA are research groups linked to the Department of Arts, Institute of Arts and Social Communication, and the PostGraduate Program of Contemporary Studies in the Arts of the Universidade Federal Fluminense.   


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