Yassmin V. Foster is a scholar, artist, academic and sound (system) woman based in London, UK. She is a proponent of work that challenges the supposition that movement and dance created by black people are unworthy of scholarly investigation and validity. Yassmin is a Stuart Hall PhD Scholar at Goldsmiths University, she holds a BA (Hons) Anthropology and Media and MA Choreomundus – International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage. She has worked extensively in the arts, culture and education and has presented her research across the UK, and in the US. Her current research investigates “The Kinetic Architectural Experience of Black People Through Lovers’ Rock in Britain, 1970 – 1980”. She champions interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and multi art-form collaborative journeys, whilst advocating for dance as intangible cultural heritage.