Sonic Cyberfeminisms is an ongoing multi-modal interdisciplinary project combining theoretical reflection and creative practice, led by Annie Goh and Marie Thompson and in collaboration with a collective of artists, musicians and writers. It draws upon intersectional feminist praxis and the legacies of cyberfeminism and aims to foreground agendas of social justice in the domains of sound, gender and technology and, in doing so, develop critical cultural work.

Events/activities/documentation so far include:

Sound, Gender, Technology – “Where to” with Cyberfeminism? Feb 2014. CTM Festival, Berlin
Lectures and panel discussion: Sadie Plant, Marie Thompson, Fender Schrade, Susanne Kirchmayr, Moderation: Annie Goh.

Essay: “Sonic Cyberfeminism and Its Discontents.” by Annie Goh. CTM Festival Magazine (2014)

Month-long online reading group: “decolonizing sonic cyberfeminisms” November 2016.

Panel: Doing Sonic Cyberfeminisms – Strategies of Sonic Resistance. December 2016
Presentations by Marlo de Lara (University of Leeds), Ari Robey-Lawrence (Goldsmiths/Berlin Community Radio), Tabitha Thorlu-Bangura (TTB / NTS Radio / TRUANTS), Marie Thompson (University of Lincoln). Chair: Annie Goh (Goldsmiths).

Two-day symposium “Sonic Cyberfeminisms” at University of Lincoln. 5th-6th May 2017.

Sonic Cyberfeminisms Reading Group: Intersectional Approaches as part of Post-Cyberfeminist International at ICA London. November 2017.

7-day Sonic Cyberfeminisms Residency at Wysing Arts Centre 11th-17th September 2018. Project website:

Sonic Cyberfeminisms Podcast (length: 58:18) & Sonic Cyberfeminisms Zine (2018)
This podcast and the accompanying zine emerged from the week-long Sonic Cyberfeminisms residency at Wysing Arts Centre in September 2018. Participants of the residency were: Robin Buckley, Marlo De Lara, Jane Frances Dunlop, Annie Goh, Natalie Hyacinth, Miranda Iossifidis, Louise Lawlor, Frances Morgan, Marie Thompson and Shanti Suki Osman.
Broadcast on: Archipel Stations Arkaoda – CTM/transmediale Vorspiel 20/01/2019; on 11/05/2019; Radiophrenia, Glasgow 13/05/2019.

Sonic Cyberfeminisms Special Issue of Feminist Review, Volume 127 Issue 1, March 2021.

Sonic Cyberfeminisms monograph, co-authored Annie Goh & Marie Thompson. Goldsmiths Press. Forthcoming (projected 2024).