Blaise Musaka (DRC), sound engineer, has worked with the major cultural centers of the country in Kinshasa, Goma and Lubumbashi. In 2022, he collaborated with Aurélien Gamboni on "Coop Kin" during the Yango Biennale in Kinshasa. Over the years and after experiences at the Picha Workshops, notably with Lucrezia Cippitelli, Pelos Musaka has matured projects that translate his hundreds of descents into the mines, into the communities of the working class neighborhoods in Congo where he experiences the consequences of pollution.
At the Biennale 2022, he will present a collective project "The Ruins of Mumbunda" with writer Bibiche Ntakama and photographer Kevin Kabambi.
Since 2013, he has been working as a sound recordist on international projects. He has worked with Franck Mukunday and Tétshim on "Machini" in 2019, with Douglas Masamuna on DL Multimedia's "Mines de rien", with Petna Ndaliko on "Matata" in 2019 and Bodil Furu on "Les Minerais du Katanga". During the Biennale 2019, he assisted several artists including Sammy Baloji, Dorine Mokha or Youness Baba Ali.