Listening at the End of (this) World

is an MA Seminar on thinking and listening with and beyond the end of the world as we know it, having as its main driving force indigenous and anticolonial thinking.

TIDES, or an inevitable unfolding

A sound essay in four chapters, produced with the support of Akademie Schloss Solitude and ZKM Karlsruhe as winner of the HASH Award 2020. Developed by Berrak Nil Boya. “TIDES, or an inevitable unfolding” stages an imagined conversation between Gloria Anzaldúa and Édouard Glissant on borders, language, citizenship, belonging, and what it means to understand […]

Undoing/Unknowing Listening

is an MA Seminar on colonial listening and the (im)possibility of non-extractive practices, anticolonial methodologies, poetics, and processes for sound studies.

Dealing with Disaster: Notes towards a decolonizing, aesthetico-relational sound art

is a chapter for the Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art, edited by Sanne Krogh Groth and Holger Schulze. In it I discuss possibilities for sound art thinking through and together with Édouard Glissant and Gloria Anzaldúa.

Affective Infrastructures: A Tableau, Altar, Scene, Diorama, or Archipelago

is a conversation with Marija Bozinovska Jones, Lou Cornum, Daphne Dragona, Maya Indira Ganesh, Tung-Hui Hu, Fernanda Monteiro, Nadège, Pedro Oliveira, and Femke Snelting. Published in the online journal of the Transmediale 2019 in the context of the Study Circle “Affective Infrastructures.”

Border Thinking and border (as) culture

is an MA Seminar interrogating and intervening on the political and cultural implications of borders, articulated through a decolonizing approach using the theoretical frameworks from Latin American and Caribbean thinkers.

Introduction to Decolonial thinking and decolonising methodologies

is an MA Seminar which looks beyond the canon of Eurocentric research methodologies in the humanities as an opportunity to understand the assets of research and proposes a re-historicising of them towards a non-colonial, non-eurocentric research standpoint.