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Satch Hoyt

Satch Hoyt is a Jamaican-British spiritualist, a visual artist and a musician. His multifaceted body of work, spanning sculpture, sound installation, painting, musical performance and recording investigates the ‘Eternal Afro-Sonic Signifier’, a term coined by Hoyt to refer to the mnemonics of sound that traversed the Middle Passage and its movement across and amid the cultures, peoples, places, and times of the African Diaspora. Hoyt released the album Latitudes in 2020 and has recently exhibited at Haus de Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (2019); Somerset House, London (2019); Dakart, the Dakar Biennale, Senegal (2018), among others.


Afro-Sonic Mapping

Satch Hoyt Paul Goodwin

In this dialogue, artist and musician Satch Hoyt and curator Paul Goodwin discuss Hoyt’s ‘Afro-Sonic Mapping’, a sonic and visual research project tracing the migration of rhythms and sounds across the African diaspora.