Dr Dan Scott
Sound Arts Course Leader
Dan Scott is an artist and musician based in Margate. He works across installation, performance, sound and socially-engaged practice and has shared his work at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, De La Warr Pavilion, Turner Contemporary, Venice Agendas and Whitstable Biennale, amongst others.
He holds a PhD from the University of the Arts in London on the practices of listening within contemporary art. Dan also teaches at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has taught and led workshops at many other higher education institutions across the country. Recent projects include co-writing (with Tom Adams) a binaural musical for Camden People's Theatre, to be listened to on headphones. An audio-guide fantasy for Pallant House Gallery in Chicester, plus an audio-visual installation and performance about the English Civil War made for Naseby 1645, curated by Arts and Heritage.