RADIO ART ARCHIVE
Magz Hall is a British sound and radio artist, with a PhD from University of the Arts, London’s Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice program. Dr. Hall was a founding member of arts radio station Resonance FM and Radio Arts, an artist-led group that promotes radio art, and now works as a senior radio lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University. Her radio artworks range from narrative installations deeply entrenched in local histories, experiments in radio circuits installed in books and trees, explorations of gender and voice, and immersive soundtracks tied to place. Hall has exhibited her works at Tate Britain, British Museum, The Barbican, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Sainsbury Centre, The Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP), Whitechapel Gallery, Jerwood Visual Arts, Barbican, and MACBA Barcelona. They have been broadcast on stations internationally, including WGXC 90.7 FM, BBC, ABC, Deutschland Radio Kultur, Resonance FM, Sound Art Radio, Radio Reverb, BCB Radio, Phonic FM, BCFM, NTS, Radeq, Radio Corax and Reboot FM, Radio Papesse, Radio Futura, CKLN FM, and Scanner FM.