Student of the CCC Research-based Master Programme at HEAD, Balam has a bachelor’s degree in Music with line terminal in Musical Composition at the Autonomous University of Queretaro, Mexico.
His work has focused on listenings, soundscapes, field recordings, experimental music, and practices of sound art, action art, participatory / relational art in public spaces.
His work has been presented in Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United States and Wales.
He has released his work in the netlabels Green Field Recordings, Echomusic, Sonic Terrain, La Escucha Atenta, Auriculab, Suplex, Sonec and Noise a Noise.
Decolonize Listening. Or how to tear down the monument of Hegemonic Listening
By Balam Ronan Simon Delgado
Based on a neighbourhood dispute between an Arab man who listens to loud music at night and an unidentified person who demands silence, Balam Ronan Simon Delgado reflects on the politics of…