Join us for a talk in the Videogram lecture series on contemporary curatorial and artistic practice and theory.


The session will allow us to get to know the work of Guely Morató, director and curator of Sonandes: Platform for Experimentation and Research, based in Bolivia. We will learn about the principles behind the development of the only sound art biennial in Latin America, as well as the projects and research that have been carried out over the years. A talk with emphasis on collective creation processes, sound and listening studies, territory and communities.


Guely Morató Lorado is winner of the Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Change award by the Prince Claus Fund and the Goethe-Institut. Curator of The Listening Biennial (2023). Head researcher of the ALTER residency, a mountain laboratory specializing in solutions for the period of cultural, climate and energy transition held in the Swiss Alps (2022). During 2021 she was the head researcher of the Bolivian team participating in The Witness Openlab, annual research laboratory focusing on the anthropocene and the human footprint on the planet. She led the Gender, Science and Technology Observatory (2019–2022). She led the Medialab at the Cultural Center of Spain in La Paz (2019). She is currently curator of Wak’a, a project that involves several communities and creators who reflect on extractivism, sacredness and deep listening in the Lithium Triangle. Since 2014 she founds and directs Sonandes: Platform for Experimentation and Research, which organizes the only biennial specialized in sound art in Latin America, Puertos: Residency Program, laboratories, exhibitions and projects specialized in sound art and listening.


The lecture in English will take place online. Meeting ID: 986 6161 7402.