Julio de Paula


is interested in the documentation and displacement of Latin-American soundscapes. In his research, he looks for contact points between radio and arts. He acts in collaboration with visual artists and architects in exhibitions, installations and interventions. Introduced the radioperformance Edgard,through Mobile Radio BSP, in the opening of the 30th Biennial of São Paulo (2012). Since his first work, Spix & Martius (1994), he has the traditional popular culture as his focus of investigation. For the radiophonic exercise, he accomplished field recordings and worked in collaboration with researchers and ethno-musicologists. His authorial program Veredas ? Música e Tradição Popular no Brasil (Paths - Music and Popular Tradition in Brazil), aired 2001 to 2012, was awarded by the 6th International Radio Biennial of Mexico (2006). Based in São Paulo, Brasil, he works as a producer at Radio Cultura FM.