Tom Hall

Bio

Tom Hall is an Australian audio/visual artist, residing in Los Angeles.

His practice involves considered explorations into place, space and time. Drawing inspiration from peripheral spaces found in the everyday, he focuses on using multiple approaches to engage and recontextualize, using sound and imagery as a means to translate and create hybrid environments and notions of journey.

Creatively these outcomes vary, including structured drone, melody and installation; portrayed using analog synthesis, programming and reactionary visuals. Hall has released a number of recordings in the past decade on labels such as Overlap, Arlen, and Presto!? along with extensive exhibitions and tours.

Additionally, Hall also works as a Content Developer for the revered Cycling ’74, creators of the visual programming language Max/MSP Jitter.