Rolf Killius is the project leader, curator, researcher, and media producer of the ‘Ealing Road Sounds’ project.
He is a museum consultant, ethnomusicologist (MMus SOAS, London University), oral historian, sound/film producer/editor, and radio journalist whose work appears in a variety of contexts. He works internationally in exhibition curating, academic research, music and sound production, film production and editing, digital library research, digitisation, and documentation.
Recently Rolf worked as a Specialist Consultant in Oral History Management for the National Museum of Qatar and as Curator of Oral and Musical Cultures at the British Library Qatar Foundation Partnership in London and Doha. See Rolf’s work more on these websites
Hardi Kurda is the researcher and sound artist for ‘Ealing Road Sounds’.
Hardi Kurda is a composer, sound artist, improviser, researcher, curator and founder of Space21 festival in Slemani, Iraqi Kurdistan.
His works are based on his personal listening experience when he moved illegally to Europe. Hardi’s works explore other possibilities for the listener to interact with the sounds, materials and space through collecting information from everyday materials, which he called The Found Score. His latest works are the Illegal Performance series he developed during the pandemic (2020):interactive radio antenna, thescore of illegal stories Everything is Illegal, and the radio circuit Listening’s Urgency.
Hardi’s works were performed, among others, at Sonorities festival in Belfast, Irtijal festival in Beirut, ADK in Berlin, Crater project Exhibition in LaPalma, Space21 festival in Slemani and Borderline Festival in Athens. www.hardikurda.com
Mukul Ahmed is the Artistic director of Mukul and Ghetto Tigers.
He has directed a series of classics, new writing and play readings locally and internationally. He teaches acting at the LAMDA and is a visiting faculty for Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Mukul is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.