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Pan Daijing


Soundwalk Collective





Sunday, October 08, 2023


Listening experience with conversation




Light food and drinks

Known for her raw storytelling approach melding performance art, music, dance and film, composer and artist Pan Daijing’s multi-sensorial approach to music comes alive on the 360-degree spatial sound system in the Reethaus as part of Soundwalk Collective’s “Transmissions” series. 

The listening experience takes place in the inner room of the Reethaus, an intimate space where audience and artist are in close communion. Light food and drinks will be served over the course of the evening, and the listening session will be followed by a conversation with Pan Daijing.



Soundwalk Collective invites key influences and frequent collaborators featured across their extended body of work to participate in a series that samples from the past 60 years of sonic arts. Reflecting a personal view on collaboration as an essential aspect of the creative process, the series presents a broad summary of the sonic landscapes that they have developed over the past two decades. Seminal masterworks and newer pieces blend into a cohesive yet varied ensemble that spans musique concrète, performance art, contemporary and mystical music. All of these genres have in common a meditative dimension, a transitional nature that has been at the core of Soundwalk Collective’s work.

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Pan Daijing

Born and raised in Southwest China, the interdisciplinary artist and composer has lived in Berlin since 2016, making waves with her singular, multi-sensorial approach to live performance. Daijing released her debut album “Lack” on Berlin label PAN in 2017, a noisy, operatic sonic exploration using synthesizer and her haunting voice. Alongside her musical output, Daijing has debuted a range of poetic projects, from a performative installation at Haus der Kulturen der Welt called “In Service of a Song” to “Fist Piece,” a choreographed medley of film, sound and performance premiered in Kraftwerk during Berlin Atonal.