Saca Sal

A musical collective ritual carried by rhythms and echoes from our ancestors that invite us for a space of joy and liberation. With music from the global south in vinyl format, this collective ritual catalyzes and shakes emotions, pains, fears and welcomes them, to be transformed by the body movement and body listening. 

Saca Sal is a ritual in the form of a sonic spacethat happens on the dance floor when a collective of people come together to dance and be carried by echoes and rhythms selected by its two hosts.

Calamidades Lola is a record hunter and dj/selector born and raised in Barranquilla, a city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia with a powerful party culture where music is a sure path to joy and liberation. Based in Berlin, much of her music collection and selection is guided by her migratory experience.

Amuleto Manuela is a Colombian sound artist based in Berlin. In her process-based work (soundscapes, sound sculptures, listening collective practices and radio shows), listening is the principle and arises as a context-driven response to the search for spaces of encounter. She addresses diaspora and identity questions with the will to unlearn and remember other ways of inhabiting our collective life experience. 

* Credit Image: Tim Bowditch and Dominique Russell. Courtesy Oscar Murillo.  Public Programme: Oscar Murillo & SAVVY Contemporary ‘Dispersing Towards Being & Becoming Together: Frequential Reconfigurations’ (17 and 18 September 2022). Part of the exhibition: A Storm Is Blowing From Paradise, Scuola Grande della Misericordia, Venice, Italy (17 September – 27 November 2022)
*Credit logo and poster: Calamidades Lola