/Sonic Entanglements Podcast
A sonic output of this project is a podcast series. Sonic Entanglements Podcast examines the history of sounds in the Asia Pacific, through conversations with sound experts: sound historians, artists, engineers, and scholars.
You can also listen to short sound clips in the Sound Bites section. Here, Sonic Entanglements partners curates and introduces archival sound pieces that they have engaged with or are busy working on.
For its last initiative, Sonic Entanglements brings together archivists, scholars, and stakeholders of Southeast Asian sound archives to discuss issues of repatriating and reconnecting sound heritage with their communities. In this series of archival encounters, lectures, and panel discussions at the BBC/British Library, SOAS, CNRS France, Jaap Kunst Ethnomusicology Collection, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Berlin Phonogram Archive, Sound Archive of Humboldt University-Berlin, Sonic Returns mediate in the repatriation of sounds on exile. You will find the news, updates, and reports in this section.
Tawid Grant is a funding grant aimed at bridging or supporting small-scale sound archive research and initiatives. The grant is open to Southeast Asian nationals working on sound archive projects based in Southeast Asia.