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Kundiman as Sonic Grief Work

In this lecture-performance Anjeline de Dios reflects on kundiman—the Tagalog love song genre influenced, but not determined, by its Spanish colonial influences. Drawing from her personal history of singing kundiman with her family, she considers how listening to and through song serves as a potent form of sonic labor, able to embody, transmit, and transform the complexities of intergenerational grief and longing.


From Manila, Philippines, Anjeline de Dios is a cultural geographer, chant artist, and meditation facilitator who investigates the geographies of listening through her research and artistic practice. Her website i anjeline.net.


Jendela Sonorama 2023 is made possible by the generous support of Initiative Neue Musik Berlin e.V.

☁️ 8.2

Tanat Teeradakorn
(b. 1991 Bangkok, TH)
Lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.

Multi-disciplinary artist, musician, DJ, graphic designer, and researcher. His artistic and musical practice explores notions of history, and identity as well as topics around sub/pop/visual culture, local mythology, and the impact of technology on individuals and society. Tanat’s work creates narratives through sonic and visual compositions that seek new way and new possibility of looking at the relationship between society, technology, ourselves and history.
          Recent projects, exhibitions, and performances include RootTech™, Bangkok CityCity Gallery. Latent Space, HetHem, Zaandam. CTM Festival: Hacklab. Forgetting Thailand part of Nation, Narration, Narcosis at Hamburger Bahnhof: Museum, Berlin. ACUD Galerie, Berlin. MEGA-CRASH XPO 2562, at De Commune. Peach Score +DEDE at Treptow Ateliers, Berlin. Dance Non-Stop Mix at Cartel Artspace, Bangkok and Life/Distraction, Performance Lecture at BACC (Bangkok Art and Culture Centre)

AnaRosa is a sound artist and performer. Her research focuses on the encounter of ancestral traditions with contemporary sound production techniques.

Trained in voice, her practice broadened when she encountered free improvisation and poetry and interacted with other natural species and electronics. She likes to play with the alteration of the perceptual space.

After completing an MA Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central Saint Martins UAL London, she is currently specialising in MA Sound Studies and Sonic Arts, UDK Berlin and directing Fundación Museo del Hongo (CL).