Anna Friz is a Canadian sound and radio artist and media studies scholar. Her works for performance, installation and broadcast focus on media ecologies and signal space, land and infrastructure, time perception, and speculative fictions. Recent presentations of her solo and collaborative performances and installations include Ars Electronica Big Concert Night (Linz, Austria), the Museum of Arts and Design (New York), Soundwave Biennial ((8)) (San Francisco), the New York Times Magazine Voyages: Listen to the World edition, XIV Festival Ecuatoriano de Música Contemporánea (Quito, Ecuador), Radiophrenia (Glasgow, Scotland), SITE Gallery and Desert Unit for Speculative Territories, University of Houston, Texas. Her radio works have been heard around the world and commissioned by national public radio in Australia, Austria, Canada, Danmark, Finland, Germany, Mexico and Spain. Anna holds a Ph.D. in Communications and Culture from York University, Toronto and is Assistant Professor of Sound in the Film and Digital Media Department of University of California, Santa Cruz.