Annie Goh

Dr Annie Goh

Course Leader LCC BA Sound Arts

CRiSAP Member (2022 - present)


Dr Annie Goh is an artist and researcher working primarily with sound, space, electronic media and generative processes within their social and cultural contexts. She is Course Leader of BA (Hons) Sound Arts at LCC. Her work takes a critical approach to contemporary debates in the fields of digital technologies, media arts, generative and computational processes and communication studies, with a particular focus on sound, intersectional feminism, decolonial theory and the politics of knowledge production.

She was previously a Lecturer in XD Pathway in BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins (2019-2021) and has taught at Goldsmiths College, University of London, University of Arts Berlin (UdK) and Humboldt University Berlin. She holds an MA in Sound Studies and a Meisterschüler award in Computational/Generative Art, both from the University of Arts Berlin. She co-curated the discourse program of CTM Festival Berlin 2013-2016 and is co-founder of the Sonic Cyberfeminisms project since 2015 with Dr Marie Thompson (Open University).

Annie Goh sits high up holding a microphone on a tall structure with blue sky in the background and large expanse of sand and grass below


      Recent publications have appeared in Parallax, n.paradoxa: feminist art journal & Flusseriana: An Intellectual Toolbox. Exhibitions, performances, commissions and residencies include Mimosa House (London, UK), Cinenova (UK), Studio XX (Montreal, Canada), Parabol, (Bergen, NO), Sexing Sound (Chicago, US), Inside-Out Art Museum (Beijing, CN), Höhlenmediale (Wendelstein, DE), White Building (London, UK), Arthackday at LEAP and transmediale (Berlin, DE) and Tokyo Wonder Site (Tokyo, JP).

      Her PhD thesis entitled “Sonic Knowledge Production in Archaeoacoustics: Echoes of Elsewhere?” from Goldsmiths, University of London was an ethnographic investigation into the production of knowledge in archaeoacoustics which reconceptualised echo as a feminist and decolonial sonic figuration. She received AHRC/CHASE funding for her studies and was a Stuart Hall Foundation PhD Fellow. She is an editorial member of the Feminist Review Collective.

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