Zoe Irvine

Zoe Irvine's background is in visual art, but she began to work with sound in 1994.

Her current practice includes sound pieces, broadcasts, participatory projects and publications. Irvine's work ranges from carefully crafted individual pieces for gallery spaces to the creation of conceptual platforms, inviting others to participate. Her works are often inspired by early audio technology and historic figures. She is also a lecturer in Sound Art at Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art and Design in Dundee. She lives in Scotland.


Bouffants, buzz cuts, mohawks, and dreadlocks: no matter the style, hair has played an important social and cultural role throughout human history.

This hour: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story, an audio experiment orchestrated by the Third Coast Festival in collaboration with cartoonist Matt Madden.

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