Anna-Maria Kanta is an art history scholar based in London. She studied museology at the University of Athens and art theory at Goldmsiths College. At the same time, she holds a diploma in piano and music. She has worked as a researcher for the History Museum of the University of Athens and the Tate (International Initiatives Team). Her research focuses on post-war avant-garde. In Sound Acts she presented a lecture titled “From the concert hall to the kitchen: Uncanny spaces of music production in the 60s". Starting from John Cage’s “Water Walk" and examining material from Fluxus, she attempted a mapping of the shift in sound art and music production from the public space to the intimate, private and quotidian.