Anton Hasell

Directorat Australian Bell P/L
Focus area: Sound, Acoustics

Anton Hasell is a professional artist whose studio research and experimental practice underpins his commissioned interactive and playful public-space artwork. He has taught in tertiary art schools and is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University. 
Best known for the co-creation of the Federation Bells Carillon in Melbourne (, Anton recently completed the invention, casting and tuning of a musical set of ‘difference tone’ bells for the visionary Longnow Foundation’s 10,000 Year Clock project in Texas (
His practice as an artist explores sound forms and images that have resonance in a particular landscape’s unique archetypal cadence and ambient pulse. The use of sophisticated digital design tools and traditional craft technologies in combination opens up new creative possibilities in the arts/craft/design research field, and makes possible productive collaborations between artists and scientists in search of solutions to global challenges that the planet faces.  

Journal Articles:
Special Section: Abstracts from the Spectra 2018 Symposium

Abstracts from the Spectra 2018 Symposium Part 1: Keynote and Materiality

August 2021