Sound artist part of Tate Modern's Playback Room sessions
01 January 1900
Academic and sound artist, Dr Magz Hall, has been invited to give a talk at the Tate Modern as part of the current Playback Room series, which explores studio music as a distinctive art form.
Dr Hall, who is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Media, Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University, will play a selection of music and recordings by female artists that have been an important source of inspiration in her work and life.
In her talk, taking place on 27 February, Dr Hall will reflect on, and share, her musical background in the talk, in the bespoke listening space set up by artist Wolfgang Tillmans as part of his current show at the art Gallery.
Eminent music journalist and cultural critic, Laura Snapes, who writes for The Guardian, The Observer, The Financial Times, Buzzfeed and many more, will also be leading an out-of-hours opportunity to explore the Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition as part of the event.
The Playback Room series occurs each Monday at 6.45pm until 20 March 2017. For more information about the series, visit the Tate Modern website.