A Sonic Lecture by Satch Hoyt
Wed 6 Jul
Past event

Satch Hoyt, Say It Loud, 2012, books, metal staircase, microphone, soundscape, audio components. Installation view: Radical Presence Black Performance In Contemporary Art2014, Walker Art Center, USA.

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Artist Satch Hoyt makes sculptures, paintings and installations accompanied by sound. Join us for a unique Sonic Lecture event with Hoyt, composed of music, digital sounds, poetry and readings from his recent book.

The lecture will be followed by a live performance.

Hoyt’s practice is currently focused on his Afro-Sonic Mapping theory which maps out historical and fantastical Afro-futuristic, Black Atlantic journeys – from Slave Ship to Space Ship.

This event is part of the public programme for The Show is Over.


Satch Hoyt, born in London of British and African-Jamaican ancestry, is currently living and working in Berlin, Germany.