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Biography

Reid Dudley Peirson (they/them) 
is a sound and media artist who lives and works in London.
 
Their work has been shown and performed in venues across the UK and Europe, Including the
STEIM Institute (Amsterdam), Turner Contemporary (Margate), The Quarterhouse (Folkestone) and Cricoteka (Krakow).
 
Reid is a technical tutor in Sound/Image at the
University of Greenwich. In this role they teach and support research in spatial composition, sound for film & television and digital arts installation. They are the lead sound engineer for a regular series of concerts, exhibitions and conferences held across the academic year.
 
They are a member of the band
Negative Space. The band has released a body of recorded work including two LPs and are currently preparing to record a third. Following this, they plan to tour the UK and Europe extensively.
 
Alongside working as an educator and artist, Reid has a background in live sound engineering. In 2015 they helped to establish the
DIY Space For London Soundworkers Collective. The organisation helped new and experienced sound technicians to work, share their skills and aimed to alter the representation of sound work as a largely white, male practice.

Since 2021 Reid has held a continuing residency at
RTM, an arts-focused radio station based on London. They produce a show called Expanded Field, which examines and celebrates the contemporary experience of punk and DIY culture. They are currently developing this towards a wider practice based research project.

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