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Die Akademie der Künste der Welt (ADKDW) bewegt sich jenseits der eurozentristischen Doktrinen der Kulturgeschichte. Sie initiiert, produziert und organisiert Veranstaltungen in unterschiedlichen künstlerischen und diskursiven Sparten. ADKDW [•rec] ist das Archiv der Gesprächs- und Diskursveranstaltungen. Die Sprache jedes Mitschnitts, der als Podcast-Folge erscheint, ist die der jeweiligen Veranstaltung.

The Akademie der Künste der Welt (Academy of the Arts of the World, ADKDW) operates beyond the Eurocentric doctrines of cultural history. It instigates, produces and organizes events in various artistic and discursive fields. ADKDW [•rec] is the archive of its talks and panel discussions. The language of each recording, which appears as a podcast, is that of the respective event.

ADKDW [•rec‪]‬ Akademie der Künste der Welt (ADKDW)

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Die Akademie der Künste der Welt (ADKDW) bewegt sich jenseits der eurozentristischen Doktrinen der Kulturgeschichte. Sie initiiert, produziert und organisiert Veranstaltungen in unterschiedlichen künstlerischen und diskursiven Sparten. ADKDW [•rec] ist das Archiv der Gesprächs- und Diskursveranstaltungen. Die Sprache jedes Mitschnitts, der als Podcast-Folge erscheint, ist die der jeweiligen Veranstaltung.

The Akademie der Künste der Welt (Academy of the Arts of the World, ADKDW) operates beyond the Eurocentric doctrines of cultural history. It instigates, produces and organizes events in various artistic and discursive fields. ADKDW [•rec] is the archive of its talks and panel discussions. The language of each recording, which appears as a podcast, is that of the respective event.

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #4 | English

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #4 | English

    with TROPICAL DIASPORA (DJ GARRINCHA, DJ DR. SÓCRATES)
    moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

    DJ and producer GArRinchA (São Paulo, but Berlin-based since the 1990s) and cultural researcher DJ Dr. Sócrates founded the event platform and record label Tropical Diaspora in 2008. Tropical Diaspora Records produces vinyl records and views production as a means of empowerment, as a way of supporting artists and raising awareness of past and present stories of the African and neocultural diaspora – imposed by enslavement, economic causes, and the flight from war and poverty. DJ GArRinchA and DJ Dr. Sócrates will present some of the label’s productions and talk about the founding of the label, which itself is in a state of diaspora.

    Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

    Language: English
    Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

    With contributions by ABEOKUTA, BANDO, DOCTOR NATIVO, EL SANTO GOLPE, EL V AND THE GARDENHOUSE, FORRÓ DE CABEÇA, GEKAH, HÖRÖYÁ, LA DAME BLANCHE, LA FANFARIA DEL CAPITAN, LA RUEDA, LOS MADE IN BARCELONA, OGUNHÊ, RAPADURA, RENATO GAMA, REGIS MORENO, RIOSENTÍ, SKA MARIA PASTORA, SUPER SPANISH COMBO, TRANSILVANIANS
    Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

    • 51 Min.
    LEARNING TO LISTEN #3 | English, French, Haitian Creole

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #3 | English, French, Haitian Creole

    with OLIVIER MARBOEUF
    moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

    Olivier Marboeuf is an artist, poet, curator, and producer, whose recent work with audio and soundscapes is centered around the “politics of frequency.” Marboeuf, whose biography and research interests are largely connected with the Caribbean, confronts us with what he calls the “dimensions of sonic resistance” of the communities of the African diaspora. For our understanding of this dimension of sonic resistance, listening and un-listening are just as pivotal as speaking and de-speaking. In his audio essay he will examine the act of speech as well as collective speaking and listening – essentially, the possibility and impossibility of speaking and listening.

    Politics of Frequencies is the first step of an artistic research around Creole conversation as a cacophonic listening space that translates the paradoxical situation of a need to speak while protecting one's word, to speak in ‘de-speaking’. And thus, to produce a sense in a collective gesture of repetition, accumulation and saturation. A sense that calls for presence and remains inaccessible and opaque for those who want to stay away. A sense that requires both the ear and the mouth to travel in the entanglement of the voices and the hospitality of the frequencies.

    Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

    Language: English
    Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

    Recorded between August and September 2021 in Port-au-Prince (Haïti) and Saint-Denis (France).

    Concept: OLIVIER MARBOEUF
    Texts and Lectures: ROSSI JACQUES CASIMIR, OLIVIER MARBOEUF
    With Voices of: SHELO FRANCOIS (PLEB MIZIK), STEEVE PIERRE LOUIS, DARENS JABOUIN, JEFF RON, ALAN SANDARSEN (JUSTICE), DAVID AND JAMES PETER ÉTIENNE (MIMETIK NEG)
    Translation: LIZ YOUNG
    Sound: VICTOR DONATI

    • 33 Min.
    LEARNING TO LISTEN #2 | French

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #2 | French

    with CHIMURENGA (NTONE EDJABE)
    moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

    Ntone Edjabe is a DJ, curator, and journalist. In 2002 he founded the cultural platform Chimurenga, which includes the magazine The Chronic, the online Chimurenga Library, the Pan African Market in Cape Town, and the radio project Pan African Space Station. In his sound collages, Edjabe interrogates the audible as well as our understanding of music and audio consumption and the conditions governing it.
    Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

    Language: English | French
    Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

    Featuring solos by FRANCO LUAMBO MAKIADI, PEPE FELLY MANUAKU,
    BANSIMBA BAROZA, DIBLO DIBALA, DALLY KIMOKO, FLAMME KAPAYA, SARAH SOLO, JAPONAIS MALADI, KIMBANGU SOLO
    Commentary: RAY LEMA
    Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

    • 24 Min.
    LEARNING TO LISTEN #1 | Portuguese

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #1 | Portuguese

    with DANIELLE ALMEIDA
    moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

    Danielle Almeida is a singer, educator, and researcher. For her project Diaspórica she has spent over sixteen years researching Afro-Latin American female singers who have been written out of history or forgotten and their song forms – the result is an extraordinary repertoire of songs. In her audio essay she will interpret a selection of these songs, interweaving recorded live performances with the biographies of the singers and reflections on the racist and sexist mechanisms implicit in the hegemonic narratives of cultural history.
    Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

    Language: English | Portuguese
    Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

    General Direction, Presentation, Production, Research and Texts: DANIELLE ALMEIDA
    Musical Direction and Arrangements: SAMUEL CARTES
    Editing, Mixing and Mastering: FLÁVIA FONTOLAN
    Vocal Training: DIEGO MAURILIO
    Audio Capturing: GUSTAVO SANT’ANNA (Estúdio Arsis),
    P. SOULJA (Estúdios Casa PretaHub)
    Translation: KARLA MENDONCA DOS SANTOS DANY
    Speaker: NOELLE O'BRIEN-COKER
    Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

    • 42 Min.
    LEARNING TO LISTEN #1 | English

    LEARNING TO LISTEN #1 | English

    with DANIELLE ALMEIDA
    moderated by MAX JORGE HINDERER CRUZ

    Danielle Almeida is a singer, educator, and researcher. For her project Diaspórica she has spent over sixteen years researching Afro-Latin American female singers who have been written out of history or forgotten and their song forms – the result is an extraordinary repertoire of songs. In her audio essay she will interpret a selection of these songs, interweaving recorded live performances with the biographies of the singers and reflections on the racist and sexist mechanisms implicit in the hegemonic narratives of cultural history.
    Learning to Listen is a podcast format that explores different forms of listening – both listening and not listening – and the knowledge that can be drawn from them. The focus is on learning and unlearning to listen and engaging with internalized mindsets. The main aim of Learning to Listen is to initiate didactic processes intended to help us understand why certain sounds, songs, and narratives are heard and others are not, and to interweave auditory events with anti/decolonial education. The individual episodes are conceived as heterogeneous audio essays; the invited guests have free rein over their concept and realization.

    Language: English | Portuguese
    Available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

    General Direction, Presentation, Production, Research and Texts: DANIELLE ALMEIDA
    Musical Direction and Arrangements: SAMUEL CARTES
    Editing, Mixing and Mastering: FLÁVIA FONTOLAN
    Vocal Training: DIEGO MAURILIO
    Audio Capturing: GUSTAVO SANT’ANNA (Estúdio Arsis),
    P. SOULJA (Estúdios Casa PretaHub)
    Translation: KARLA MENDONCA DOS SANTOS DANY
    Speaker: NOELLE O'BRIEN-COKER
    Production and Audio Design Learning to Listen: KENO MESCHER

    • 43 Min.
    AKKORDARBEIT IM HALBVERBRANNTEN WALD

    AKKORDARBEIT IM HALBVERBRANNTEN WALD

    Das Hörstück Akkordarbeit im halbverbrannten Wald – eine Adaption der gleichnamigen Lecture Performance – lädt dazu ein, die blinden Flecken in der Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte der Bundesrepublik nach 1960 zu durchleuchten. Texte von Fakir Baykurt aus dem Ruhrgebiet der 1980er-Jahre begleiten Tanç dabei ebenso wie Emine Sevgi Özdamars Stück Perikızı: Ein Traumspiel. Akkordarbeit im halb verbrannten Wald ist der Titel des fünften Kapitels von Özdamars Adaption von Homers Odyssee, entwickelt im Auftrag der Ruhr.2010 für das Projekt Odyssee Europa. Bezogen auf regionalhistorische Mythen wie die Bergarbeiter*innen des Ruhrgebietes, auf regionalen Strukturwandel und Globalisierung verhandelt Özdamar ‚Arbeit‘ als intellektuelle Leistung.
    Texte von Nesrin Tanç werden von der Autorin selbst, Adriana Kocijan und Hicran Demir gelesen. Sie stellen Fragen nach der Verantwortung staatlicher Archive in einer pluralen Gesellschaft, sind Wissenschaft, Wut und intimer Mutter-Tochter-Dialog. Sie bewegen sich so zwischen dem Zwang, abliefern zu müssen und dem Wunsch, sich auszudrücken – Arbeit eben.

    • 31 Min.

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LEARNING TO LISTEN #4 is the best

I like the episode LEARNING TO LISTEN #4 in this format most. It feels like a wild ride on the rollercoaster. A fluffy and artlessly conversation among friends recalling the past and walking down the memory lane starting sometime in the feral 90‘s in Berlin and proceeding till here and now. The talk goes deep in various relevant and up-to-date topics and could make some of its listeners feeling uncomfortably which might be intended. Absolutely worth listening to it. Huge Thanks to ADKDW for providing the room and audience for such important artists and its messages!

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