James Nicholas Dumile Goddard

James Nicholas Dumile Goddard is a Ndebele-Canadian sound artist, curator, and experimental saxophonist. He currently lives and works in Montréal, QC. His work explores themes related to race, the speculative and economics. He performs solo, in the duos NYON & Platitudes and as part of the Egyptian Cotton Arkestra. His saxophone playing has been featured in recordings by indie rock outfit Ought and live with Godspeed! You Black Emperor. He's worked in community radio, concert promotion and non-profit administration – these experiences inform an interest in non-hierarchy within his creative practice.