picture by Irwin Barbé, Parc du Mercantour, France 2018
since 2018 • MA sound studies & sonic arts, Universität der Künste Berlin
2015-2018 • associate researcher & assistant curator, Habitat Unit, Technische Universität Berlin
2013-2015 • MSSc political science & urban planning, Sciences Po Paris
2012-2013 • exchange program School of Architecture, University of Washington Seattle
2010-2012 • BA political science & international relations, Sciences Po Paris
Independent sound artist, curator and researcher based in Berlin, Germany.
Currently investigating chronobiology –the entanglement of human, animal, biological perspectives through time manipulation.
2020 – The Fingers of the Air – DAAD Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Group exhibition based on materials from Georgian filmmaker Salomé Jashi’s most recent documentary film (forthcoming). Sound installation.
2020 – one loop passing into another – n.b.k., Berlin, Germany
Online sound piece realised in the context of Natascha Sadr Haghighian’s exhibition at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), which focuses on the Asian tiger mosquito. Multiloop online piece.
2019 – Water – Sound – City, Zwitscher Maschine, Berlin, Germany
Group exhibition based on the physical, environmental and social relations of water in human settlements. Curated by Francisco Petrucci. Installation for a head and a water body.
Plasma (France/Japan, forthcoming)
dir. Louise Ernandez – location sound recordist
Trees (Georgia, forthcoming)
dir. Salomé Jashi – sound editor and composer
Krise ist immer (Germany, 2020)
dir. Dan Dansen – location sound recordist
Alguma Coisa Assim (Germany / Brazil, 2017)
dir. Esmir Filho & Mariana Bastos – location sound assistant
Things don’t really exist until you give them a name: Unpacking urban heritage (2018).
Rachel Lee, Diane Barbé, Anne-Katrin Fenk & Philipp Misselwitz (eds). Mkuki na Nyota, Dar es Salaam.
Talking Cities: Urban Narratives from Dar es Salaam (2017).
Diane Barbé, Richard Besha, Anne-Katrin Fenk, Rachel Lee & Philipp Misselwitz (eds). Technische Universitätsverlag, Berlin.