Magz' sound-based installation work has been concerned with speculative futures of FM, inspired by 100 years of international radio art practice, she has produced a series of discreet radio art installations, broadcasts and actions since 2008 which consider alternative futures and uses for FM as an overarching theme. 

She has exhibited internationally and at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, British Museum, Tate Britain, The Sainsbury Centre, Whitechapel Gallery, Barbican, V and A, Jerwood Visual Arts. Tree Radio at YSP was a finalist for British Composer Award in Sonic Art 2016. Magz was part of the Jerwood Open Forest Exhibition and alt Barbican programme at Mutek Montreal (2017). Magz helped set up community radio in the UK and was a founder of London's arts station Resonance FM.

Magz heads Radio Arts having curated works for exhibition, broadcast, leading workshops with the public in significant arts spaces. She was awarded a practice based PhD ‘Radio After Radio: Redefining radio art in light of new media technology through expanded practice’ at UAL. She is a senior lecturer in the school of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University.

She is  working on a marine radio project for Galway City of Culture 2020 and doing a residency at the Watershed concerned with radio airspace for a summer exhibition at Londons Watermans Arts Gallery.

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