Carlo A. Cubero (PhD.) is an Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Anthropology at Tallinn University. His previous research has focused on themes of Caribbean tourism development, the use of audiovisual media in anthropological research, construction of Caribbean island identities, tourism, and Caribbean music. In 2007, Cubero completed a feature length ethnographic documentary called “Mangrove Music”, which has been screened in 10 international film festivals. For the past 2 years, he has been working on producing an ethnographic documentary on migrant musicians that travel continuously between Western Europe and West Africa.
Working with musicians has placed Cubero in a position to address the technical aspects of recording sound for filmmaking purposes. These initial experiences have developed into a broader interest in understanding the properties of sound and the use of sound as a means to communicate a social experience.
appearance at Tuned City
Sonic Potentials of Tallinn: a case study / 08.07.11
Sound Map of Tallinn / Workshop