Evan Ifekoya is a multidisciplinary artist born in Nigeria, living and working in London. Their work explores the politicization of contemporary culture, wider society and aesthetics. Ifekoya’s current work investigates the possibility of an erotic and poetic occupation using film, performative writing and sound, focused on co-authored, intimate forms of knowledge production and the radical potential of spectacle. In Sound Acts, Evan presented the ongoing project 'A Score, A Groove, A Phantom' which explores archives of blackness, sociality and inheritance as they diffract through queer nightlife and trauma in the present moment. In their own words: "'A Score, A Groove, A Phantom: 16 bars' is a performance as expanded song, exploring the role of language in cultivating and nourishing spaces of belonging. By drawing on queer black archives of social space and nightlife, the performance explores darkness in abundance as spectrality and the mouth as site of experience. 16 bars is a refrain, an overwriting undermining. A gift. A glitch. A glow."