Sukhdev Sandhu created Night Haunts with Artangel in 2006 and also participated in the Longplayer Assembly in 2020.
He is the author of London Calling: How Black and Asian Writers Imagined a City, I'll Get My Coat, and Night Haunts, which won the DH Lawrence International Prize For Travel Writing (2008). In his book London Calling (2003), Sandhu brilliantly chronicled the way black and Asian writers have experienced and re-imagined the city since the 1770s.
Sandhu is the award-winning chief film critic for the Daily Telegraph and Associate Professor of English, Social and Cultural Analysis and Director of Asian/Pacific/American Studies at New York University. He also regularly participates in public and radio debates, and his writing has appeared in a range of publications including the London Review of Books, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Du, The Wire, Sight and Sound, Bidoun, Gastronomica, The Australian, Modernism/ Modernity, New York, The Guardian and Times Literary Supplement.