Antony Hall
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Antony Hall creates kinetic artworks; sculptures and installations, often using sonic, mechanical, fluidic, electronic or biological elements. He is also a founding member of artist collective Owl Project
[www.owlproject.com]

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Antony Hall | info@antonyhall.net | 44(0) 7816 163 921

Online interviews, profiles, reviews
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"...Antony Hall’s series of experiments catches our attention, in particular “Perpetual Puddle Vortex: Experiment No. 3”, in which a flat dark pool of black ink visibly and audibly drains away through a hole in its centre. We wait to see if it will empty. We wait some more, yet the pool remains full to the plinth’s brim. A technical feat, yes, but accomplished with a filmic brilliance that lends the piece a hypnotic quality. In this piece it was not the puddle that resembles life, but the plinth and the gallery space; drinking and replenishing the endless fluid..." Tim Howard, reviewing 'On The Move' at Gazelli Art House http://artwednesday.com/

↩ "Tech Know: Etch A Sketch and robotic swarms at Future Everything" By Andrew Webb, BBC News http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13443240

Recreational science and Physical Oscillators: Interview with Antony Hall at Victoria Baths http://theshriekingviolets.blogspot.com/2011/05/recreational-science-and-physical.html

Enki features in 'See Yourself Sensing' Redefining Human Perception'
http://www.amazon.com/See-Yourself-Sensing-Redefining-Perception/dp/1907317295

Enki discussed in "Art for Animals; Art aimed at the perceptual systems of non-human species" "...Louis Bec attempts to set up a dialogue between two speciated parts of the same genus of fish. Anthony Hall also works on communications and perceptual reflexivity with weakly electric fish. Marcus Coates stages a series of actions with animal materials and behaviours with interaction with other species as the prime goal. Some of this work is rightfully absurdist, whimsical, self-trivialising. But all of it moves towards setting up actual, multi-scalar and imaginal relations with animals that involve a testing of shared and distinct capacities of perception..." by Matthew Fuller.

Enki article features in 10th edition of el niuton magazine, 'Ecotecnologia'
http://www.elniuton.com
p59-68

Interview with Regine of we-make-money-not-art..
http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com

Interview in Prague relating to Enki. Edited and directed for scientific magazine PORT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBrjBaAcGtw

Artists talking,
http://www.a-n.co.uk/artists_talking/artists_stories/single/360092

Open Frequency - new contemporary art
http://www.axisweb.org/ofSARF.aspx?SELECTIONID=30

Expanding the Lab: A Conversation Between Artists Working with Science
http://www.axisweb.org/dlFULL.aspx?ESSAYID=36

Further Press and media related to Owl Project at www.owlproject.com


Hele Shaw Cell Problem 2012


Bubbling Mass 2013


Perpetual Puddle Vortex 2012


Ink Drip 2012


Evaporation series 2004-2013
  Antony Hall | info@antonyhall.net | 44(0) 7816 163 921

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