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Canción para muchos movimientos. Performance inaugural en directo en Radio Alhara

 

Como parte de la línea editorial 'Hacia un estudio colectivo en tiempos de emergencia', ahora puedes escuchar la actuación del colectivo barcelonés Jokkoo junto a los invitados Miramizu, Rasheed Jalloul y Sabine Salamé. Grabado el 9 de febrero con motivo de la inauguración de 'Canción para muchos movimientos' en el MACBA, se trata de una exploración sónica de solidaridades a lo largo de dos horas y media de viaje a través de los sonidos de la diáspora africana, retransmitidos en directo por Radio Alhara.

La sesión se despliega a través de paisajes sonoros y geografías dislocadas, atravesadas por la experimentación free jazz, los sonidos de club deconstruidos y el rap en árabe. Gradualmente se convierte en una jam de improvisación híbrida y afro-futurista que combina la electrónica polirrítmica y las frecuencias subgraves de Jokkoo con el laúd de Rasheed Jalloul, el clarinete y las percusiones en vivo. Las vocalizaciones hipnóticas de Baba Sy, mientras ofrece una performance ritual sobre el escenario, deja paso al freestyle de Sabine Salamé al lado de las también raperas queer L-Void y HIND, quienes aparecieron por sorpresa al final del espectáculo.

En palabras de los propios artistas, “buscamos el lenguaje, las acciones y las emociones que nos unen en una lucha empática por la liberación colectiva”. Ese espíritu panafricanista se encuentra en el corazón de Jokkoo, cuyo nombre es una palabra wólof que significa “entrar en conexión con algo más grande que tú”. Desde que fundaron el colectivo en 2019, los Jokkoos han creado fuertes redes de solidaridad dentro de la escena artística de Barcelona e internacionalmente, incluyendo colaboraciones con otras plataformas en África y más allá, desde Nyege Nyege (Kampala) hasta Zilzal (Palestina). Han participado activamente en la organización de conciertos pro-palestinos y recaudaciones de fondos en lugares como FOC, el espacio de arte independiente que cofundaron en las afueras de Barcelona. La militancia musical de Jokkoo ha puesto en el centro mismo de la vida nocturna barcelonesa la estética—y la política—no hegemónicas de la diáspora africana.

Códigos de tiempo:

00:00 - 00:58 Miramizu (DJ set/live) feat. ‘Neela’ de Rasheed Jalloul (oud)
00:59 - 01:33 Sabine Salamé (MC)
01:33 - 02:27 Jokkoo live: Pasaporteman / Baba Sy (voz), Opoku (clarinete y percusiones), MOOKI6 y MBODJ (electrónica) feat. Rasheed Jalloul (laúd) Sabine Salamé, L-Void y HIND (MCs)

A continuación un vídeo-resumen de la sesión.

Canción para muchos movimientos es un experimento efímero en que la planta baja del MACBA se convierte en escenario de encuentros, conversaciones y escuchas compartidas. Comisariado por María Berríos y Sabel Gavaldon, el proyecto incluye obras audiovisuales, publicaciones y materiales de archivo que permiten trazar alianzas entre más de cincuenta artistas y colectivos.

Ingeniería de sonido y mezcla: Jordi Salvadó
Cámara y montaje cinematográfico: Krik Krak

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