Listening Section


On display: August 30 - September 5, 11am-6pm
Public Listening: September 5, 8pm

Acoustic Mirror: Under this moniker, Kamen Nedev has been developing a line of research into phonography and sound art, with an emphasis both on the aural lanscape of urban space and the social production of sound. He also produces and presents self/noise, a radio programme dedicated to social phonography and sound practices, sound activism, and militant sound investigation.

Pablo Sanz: His activities are engaged with the act of listening and with the exploration of aesthetic and spatial aspects of sound through phonography, site-specific projects, live performance and fixed media works. Interrelations between hearing, time, space and location and phenomena in the thresholds of perception are some of the essential focuses in his practice.

Katrinem: The examination of sound and space has long been an integral part of katrinem’s artistic work

O+A: For over 20 years Bruce Odland and Sam Auinger (O+A) have had a transatlantic collaboration making installations that change the way we hear, re-connecting us to our environment. They are composers and philosophers of modern life who think with their ears. They have developed a :Hearing Perspective on our visually insane culture.

Peter Cusack: works as a sound artist, musician and environmental recordist with a special interest in environmental sound and acoustic ecology. Projects move from community arts to research into the contribution of sound to our senses of place to recordings that document areas of special sonic interest. 

Anna Raimondo: Her research explores listening as both a political and aesthetic experience, using sound as a device to build relational spaces. In her most recent works she has extended her radiophonic practice into sonic interventions in public space that becomes the context for debating and sharing social empowerment on specific issues. Within this process, the presence of the other becomes central in questioning the notion of identity and listening becomes the catalyst of relation and exchange.

Younes Baba-Ali: His practice goes over categorisations’ endeavours and takes roots in various mediums ranging from the new technologies, to sound, video, photography and installation. His works seem to deal with unremitting exhaustion attempts that almost remind of a war, or guerrilla, strategy: “in order to undermine a system, it is first necessary to penetrate it”. 

Simohammed Fettaka: His work predominantly uses the medium of film, however it also incorporates photography and collage and extends to other art forms such as installation, sound art and performance. At the centre of his work is a reflection on the presentation of the image. This graphic personal interpretation is based on collective memory: the individual visual experience must thereby lead us to question our sense of ourselves.

Mohamed Laouli: His work lays the premises of an endogenous and vertical reading of what surrounds him. He explores the phenomenons that cross, maim or mark his society. Although there is a certain part of commitment in his his reflections, Mohamed Laouli’s comment is not accusing. He doesn’t see himself as a decision maker, a politician or somebody who teaches someone a lesson. He simply displays his vision, his resentment about instants that he observes in his environment,  a building or a waste land.

Edu Comelles: He works since 2006 in composition. He is currently involved in several individual and collective art projects involving soundscape composition. He is also the curator of Audiotalaia a platform dedicated to publish and promote experimental music and sound art from all over the world. With Juanjo Palacios co-directs LEA Editions a label focusing on spanish field recordings.

Albert Murillo: He records sounds digitally since 1992. Normally landscapes. Since 1994 he works professionally in various radios and post-production studios.

Raúl Hinojosa: He Works as sound technician and music editor, he has worked in the different radios for 20 years (including Radio Web MACBA). In the art world he has prepared sound productions for Martí Manen i David Armengol, among others. As phonographist he documents his surroundings.

Juanjo Palacios: Phonographist and sound artist. Author of the blog La escucha atenta, dedicated to the phonography. With Edu Comelles curator LEA Editions, a platform dedicated to field recordings. Contributor to for LABoral Center for Art and Industrial Creation. In recent years he has developped some projects about field recordings and soundscape compositions, working and researching sound through the territory, landscape, identity, memory, heritage, but also the everyday.

Chinowski Garachana: Sound activist and electronic explorer, co-founder member of El Sueño de Tesla (Tesla's Dream), a collective in Málaga part of La Casa Invisible whose work focuses on production, archiving and pedagogy around sound culture. He participates and collaborates in El Grupo de Activación Sonora, Medialab Invisible, Locus Sonus and Teslaradio / Radiolibre.

Camilo Cantor: He is an industrial designer and was part of the collective where he collaborated in the publishing of contents on the interaction between design, science, art and technology. His interest by the issue of sound and the 'derive' in the city carried him to projects such as Cartografías sonoras (, Cartografías del azar ( and the collective Sonema (

Listening Section