Jerwood Open Forest is an artist-centred initiative established by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Forestry Commission England (2 November - 11 December 2016, Jerwood Space, London). Magz Hall's Whispering Trees present the forest as a site for the transmission of our dreams.
Photo © Hydar Dewachi
This full 8 minute film explains the project in detail.
The exhibition featured in the top 5 London exhibitions to see on the Royal Academy of Arts website.
There was a review of the exhibition by Jillian Knipe in This is tomorrow, a Contemporary Art Magazine.
A sound, radio artist and co founder of Radio Arts. Magz Hall's sound work has been exhibited her work in the Tate Britain, British Museum, the Sainsbury Centre, Jerwood Space, YSP, MACBA Barcelona, Denmark, Italy, Germany, Norway, Morocco, Holland, Canada and the USA.
The Tree Radio project was selected as the first Arts for the Environment residency at Yorkshire Sculpture Park by The University of the Arts London during summer 2015.
Whispering Trees was part of the Jerwood Open Forest exhibition during winter 2016.
You can find out more about Magz hall's work and keep up to date with her latest exhibitions by following her blog and the Radio Arts website.