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Brigitte Hart | b. 1987, Australia 


2011-2014   Bachelor of Fine Art | Sound & Sculpture 

                      Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology | RMIT University 


2012-2013   London College of Communication | University of the Arts | Erasmus Exchange Programme 

Achievements | Selected


'Living Radio Lab'  Installation with Shortwave Collective, Struer Tracks Festival, biennial for sound and listening. Struer, Denmark, 2023

Collaborative installation with Georgia Muenster of Shortwave Collective, Art of Noises VIII (Soncities x Oxford University's Electronic Music Practice Research Group), Modern Art Oxford, 2023 

'Sounds of London', sound and light installation for Shard Lights 2022, presented at The Shard, London, 2022


'5:1, five actions in a monastery, on a hill, on an island in the Cyclades', UNSW Galleries, Sydney, 2019

'This Public Address is a Treasury of Voices,' Installation, Audiograft Festival, Oxford, 2018


Buried Sound/ Tiny Tape Loops,’ Permanent installation, Stave Hill Ecological Park, London, 2018

'Riverbed Constellations,' Sound and light installation, Soundcamp/Reveil, London, 2018


'Window’  & 'Kelpie', Installations, Supernormal Festival, Oxfordshire


Thames 02 (Materials), Solo performance-installations, Strange Brew & Cafe Oto, Bristol/London, 2022

'Come Home Again,' a series of choral performances with the London Bulgarian Choir at dusk for artist Es Devlin's evensong choral structure, Tate Modern, London, 2022 

'Constellations of Listening,' a 22 hour radio broadcast on Radio Art Zone by Shortwave Collective, Luxembourg, 2022

'Thames 01 (Encounters)' Solo performance, Cafe Oto, London, 2021 

'a murmuration,' Electroacoustic composition included in Audiosphere. Sound Experimentation 1980-2020, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. Exhibition curated by Francisco Lopez. (October 2020)

A capella,’ Songs of lament from around the world sung a capella, Resonance FM All Star Avant Gala 2020, support for Tanya Tagaq 2017, Supernormal Festival 2016

BRÅKfest, Improvisation duo with Graham Dunning, Hundred Years Gallery, London 2020

aspects of the morning/ Azimuth, Helen Frosi/ Patrick Farmer publication launch, solo performance/ installation, Cafe Oto, London, 2019

'5Hz,' (Emma Smith) Live performance for ‘This is a Voice’ exhibition, The Wellcome Collection, London, 2016 & Wysing Polyphonic x Somerset House Studios Festival 2019

'Water & Memory,' Annea Lockwood EU premiere, performance with the Cafe Oto Experimental Choir, 2019

Mercury Over Maps 10, Improvisation trio with John Macedo & Matt Atkins, Hundred Years Gallery, London, 2019

'Fig.1', solo performance, Apologies in Advance #12, Iklektik, London, 2019

Listening to the Roses,’ radio commission, International Women’s Day, Resonance FM, London, 2018


Beyond 2001: New Horizons, performance with David Toop's Unknown Devices, London College of Communication, London, 2018

Solo:Duo:Trio, Solo performance, Cafe Oto Project Space, 2018


Salute to the Savannah,’ Electroacoustic composition, Supernormal Festival, Oxfordshire, 2017


​‘Two Homes,’ Live performance with Deborah Cheetham for submission to The Australian Basil Sellers Art Prize on behalf of artists Kate Daw & Stewart Russell, 2016


Music For Museums, Live performance of Mieko Shiomi's 'Boundary Music' (1963) with David Toop & guests, Whitechapel Gallery, 2015


London Contemporary Music Festival, Live performance of David Toop's 'Many Private Concerts,' London, 2015


Ode to Ted Greene,‘ seven hour solo durational performance, Cell 63 Gallery, Berlin


Loud Tate: Pendulum, live performance with Quartette Elastique, Tate Britain, London

A Scream and Outrage, live performance with David Toop’s ‘Unknown Devices’ for composer Nico Mulhy's ‘A Scream and Outrage,’ The Barbican, London

Presentation | Symposium


Wuthering Bytes Festival 2023, presentation on Shortwave Collective, Hebden Bridge, England, 2023

Art of Noises VIII (Soncities x Oxford University's Electronic Music Practice Research Group), Modern Art Oxford, 2023  

Struer Tracks Festival, biennial for sound and listening, presentation on Shortwave Collective, Struer, Denmark, 2023

'Brigitte Hart Hears the Stories of the River Thames' mini documentary for Sound of Life's Sound Makers series, London, 2022

City Sonic Places: Experiencing the urban soundscape, Artistic commission, Centre for Research into Sonic Arts Practice (CRiSAP), London, 2018


'a murmuration,' Electroacoustic composition, The Sound of Memory Symposium: Sound-track/Sound-scape, Whitechapel Gallery/ Goldsmiths University, London 2017


Sounding Space Symposium (The Sound Portal), panel discussion on collaborative piece; 'Strata,' Chelsea College of Arts, London

Residency | Workshop

Open Wave-Receiver workshop,  Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2022

Open Wave-Receiver workshop for Soundcamp/Reveil, London, 2022 & 2023

Selected for Making Tracks international music exchange programme, Cove Park, Scotland, 2021

Residency + radio receiver workshop with Shortwave Collective, Buinho Creative Hub, Portugal, 2021


Sounding Paths, residency led by David Toop, Ano Syros, Greece, 2018 (Syros Sound Meetings & Syros Institute initiative)


Performance & design masterclasses with Punchdrunk Creatives, London, 2017

Sonic Mmabolela, residency & workshop in Limpopo, South Africa with artist and ecologist, Dr Fransisco Lopez, 2016


Advanced Wildlife Recording, workshop with Chris Watson (David Attenborough, BBC, Cabaret Voltaire), 2015


Pushing the Inside Out/ Drawing the Outside In, performance & workshop, lead by Zierle & Carter, Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith, Cell 63 Gallery, Berlin, 2015



Recipient of the Develop Your Creative Practice grant, Arts Council England, 2022-2023

Recipient of the 'Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship,' administered through the Australian National Association for the Visual Arts, (NAVA), 2016


Recipient of ‘Art Start’ professional development grant, Australia Council, 2014-15



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