I am an artist, educator and researcher working between the fields of science and art. My practice is often collaborative and distributed across many mediums, including workshops, drawing, sculpture, installation, and sound art. Projects take scientific experiments and concepts as a starting point; these are then re-created and re-invented, outside of their scientific context. This process leads to new lines of enquiry and experiments which become the basis for new artworks and workshops. The work often incorporates live processes: generative sound, self-contained ecosystems, or illusory perceptions.
I am a member of several artist collectives including, Proximity, para-lab, and Owl Project. Owl Project is known for performance [sound art] and sculptures that combine elements of crafts and electronics. Most notably, we were commissioned to create ~in collaboration with Ed Carter to devise ~Flow, as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad,a floating water mill that powered an installation full of mechanical wooden and electronic musical instruments which responded to and data collected from the river water.
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Contact email: info[at]antonyhall.net
Invisible Worlds: Exploring the Legend of Alderley Edge.
Invisible Worlds is a collaboration between an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Birmingham, the Institute of Historical Research at the University of London, and the University of Lincoln, alongside cultural partners, and creative practitioners working with visual media, soundscapes, and storytelling.https://www.invisibleworlds.ac.uk/
Gallery Oldham Residency: Bryophytes Project
A research placement [funded by the NWCDTP (North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership) at Gallery Oldham. Working in response to plant specimens in the natural history collection, specifically Moss (or even more specifically ‘bryophytes’ and other plants without roots). http://antonyhall.net/blog/mossbothering/
The workshop as art
I have finished my PhD! See the exhibition here PhD The Workshop as Art: Insight Into the Subjective Experience of Perceptual Illusion Through an Expanded Art Practice funded by the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership.