Roz Hall    b.  1980


  

Roz Hall is a conceptual artist based in the South East of England.  He works across multiple disciplines including painting, video art, installation, performance art, digital painting, and more recently, charcoal. He has taught digital art at Tate Britain, The Victoria & Albert Museum, Pallant House Gallery and at the London flagship Apple Store in Covent Garden. He's worked with Apple and Microsoft in the promotion of digital art and has been exhibited globally in a number of exhibitions including the Lumen Prize.  He's a regular guest speaker for The Training Partnership's Art in Action lectures, where he has presented alongside Grayson Perry, Martin Parr and Zandra Rhodes. 


The central thesis of his work is self identity, and specifically how the modern world is impacting our understanding of the "self". Themes include religion, gender, ethics, technology, social networking, digital footprint/identity, fake news/post reality.



 Exhibitions:

  • 2019 CAPUG 'Looking for Work' exhibition, Contemporary Art Pop-Up Gallery, Chichester
  • 2014-2015  'Start something new' Apple, global five portraits painted on the Apple iPad Air and exhibited on the walls of over 200 Apple Stores globally
  • 2014 'Matters Arising' Art One, Chichester, three interactive digital and video installation pieces shown at a group exhibition
  • 2014 'Paint by Pixels' The Loft Gallery, New York, digital portrait shown at a group exhibition of digital paintings
  • 2014 'Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit' Pacific Art League, California, UP Portrait exhibited at an open exhibition of digital art
  • 2014 'IMMINENT' Otter Gallery, Chichester, two interactive digital pieces shown within a group exhibition
  • 2013 'insight' GASP: Gallery Art Space Portsmouth, digital portrait painting exhibited as part of a group exhibition
  • 2013 'Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit' Pacific Art League, California, US, portrait exhibited at an open exhibition of digital art. Winner of the People’s Choice Award
  • 2013 'Your Work' Saatchi Gallery, London, a digitally painted triptych was shown at Saatchi as part of a large screen display
  • 2013 The Lumen Prize London, Europe, Asia, the first international tour of digitally created artwork