Lisa Hall

Lisa Hall

Research Centre Administrator (2014 - present)

Sounding Knowledge Co-ordinator (2022 - 2023)

 

Listening Across Disciplines I Administrator (2016-2017)

Sound Matters Administrator (2015-2016)

 

Lisa Hall is a sound artist and researcher exploring urban environments as a context for everyday sonic communications, connections and entanglements. Collaborative and solo projects are often sited, relational and participatory, staged as walks, rides, workshops, performances, curations, writings, interventions and sound installations. Lisa explores how sound is, or could be, part of everyday living, asking what holds sonic behaviours and hearings in place, and how else this could be.

Working with The Bicrophonic Research Institute since 2008, Lisa contributes to sonic cycling projects and is currently collaborating on air pollution sonification works. With international feminist radio group, Shortwave Collective, who formed remotely during the pandemic, Lisa regularly collaborates on creative experimentation and learnings around radio practice. Lisa has worked at CRiSAP since 2014 supporting the research activities of the centre, producing numerous international conferences and creative events (including Wild Energies conference, Un-Earthed Festival, SGFA2016 conference, SGFA 2014 conference, SGFA Zine), (co)leading a series of urban sound projects (Acts of Air exhibition, Sound, Art & Urban Spaces symposium, City Sonic Places artworks) and supporting AHRC research projects Sounding Knowledge, Listening Across Disciplines and Sound Matters.

Lisa has presented work at numerous conferences, in academic journals and with many arts organisations. Currently in receipt of Arts Council Developing Your Creative Practice funding, Lisa has also been awarded numerous LCC Research Funding awards. In October 2022 Lisa will be starting a PhD in urban sound practices at University of Oxford.

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Social Media

Twitter: @Lisa_R_Hall

Instagram: @Lisa_Hall_

Contact

l.h.hall@lcc.arts.ac.uk

lisa_hall_@hotmail.co.uk