The sounds we make are crucial in establishing the presence of those who are not usually heard.

—| Judith Butler.

Lucrecia Dalt is a Colombian experimental musician who currently resides in Berlin. While her earlier releases were rooted in electronic dance music, her work has evolved over time to become more overtly abstract and experimental.

Dalt was born in Pereira, Colombia. She studied civil engineering and worked for two years in a geotechnical company in Medellin before deciding to pursue music.

Her first recordings were released by Colombian collective Series under the name Lucrecia. After meeting Gudrun Gut, she contributed four songs to the 4 Women No Cry compilation released on Monika Enterprise in 2008.

After moving to Europe she released a series of recordings, including a release on Nicolás Jaar’s Other People imprint and a series of collaborations with Aaron Dilloway. Among her more recent releases are the albums Anticlines (2018), No Era Sólida (2020) and ¡Ay! (2022) on RVNG Intl.

In 2022 Dalt announced her debut film score for The Seed, a sci-film directed by Sam Walker.

Her sound work has been presented internationally in spaces such as Issue Project Room, Pioneer Works in New York, Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, Museum of Modern Artin Medellín, the Mies van der Rohe pavilion in Barcelona, the New South Walles art gallery in Sydney, among others.

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Fragmentos y piezas de Lucrecia Dalt utilizadas en el montaje.