Dan Scott


Based in Margate, Dan's work incorporates installation, performance, sound and text and explores the politics and poetics of listening. Dan works as a visiting lecturer at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where he tutors in sound and is currently engaged in a practice-based PhD at the University of the Arts, London, on the subject of listening practices within contemporary art. 


Dan has carried out projects internationally including recent projects Liberation Through Hearing at the Gilbert Scott phone box in Piccadilly, Yesterday at Harewood House in Yorkshire, The Palace of Green Porcelain at Breese Little Gallery in London, On The Sonority of Clay at the Soundfjord Gallery in London and Advantageous Recordings at the De La Warr Pavilion. Dan also co-devised the Sonic Trails series at Tate Modern with Tate Families.