This project draws from an interdisciplinary methodology that combines ethnography and sonic art research practices to produce a participatory audio-visual work which reflects on the relationship between sound and conflict in Mozambican contemporary society.Find out more
The research programme is based on participatory methods and had a direct impact on the local community.Find out more
The project team comprises a collaboration between researchers from the Sonic Arts Research Centre and the Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice. Our local partners in Maputo (Mozambique) were Tufo da Malafala Dance Group, and Mafalala's community organisation IVERCA.Find out more
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