Tue, 26th of November •• Artist Talk: Creating between Cultures

  • Posted on: 20 November 2019
  • By: Eileen Möller

This Artist Talk will be a conversation with between Gowri Jayakumar / Pulpy Shilpy from Pune/India, who currently participates in a Border Movement residency in Berlin, and Ramsha Shakeel, who moved from Pakistan to Canada and currently lives in Berlin. We want to learn about their respective (and different) artistic practices and their creative paths. Pulpy Shilpy puts the tags „Cyborg Sex Funk“ to her pop sounds; Ramsha Shakeel is an experimental musician and interdisciplinary artist. A particular angle of the conversation will be their navigation between South Asian and Western musical traditions and also cultural backgrounds and audiences, and how moving and migrating between different sound and cultural worlds impacts their creative path.

Pulpy Shilpy: Soundcloud

Ramsha Shakeel: Bandcamp, Soundcloud

The conversation will be moderated by a percussionist, composer, producer & curator


This talk is organized in collaboration with Border Movement (merging electronic music from South Asia and Germany) and NOW / Night School (organizing talks and concerts for/with female identifying, trans and non-binary inclusive, queer, POC activists, experts and artists in the field of music).

Location: Tennis Bar, Reuterstr. 95

Time: 7:30 pm


Free entrance. No registration needed.