Pip Stafford is a media artist and producer who is primarily concerned with networks and communication, rituals and patterns, radio and feminist methodologies. Her work can be found in the form of installation, video, sound, performance, printed matter and online projects.

She plays sound/music solo as tiny bones and collaboratively with the Hobart Improv Collective, with Julia Drouhin as Super Occult Cosmophon. She was the 2013 MONA Scholarship recipient and has shown at Contemporary Art Tasmania, Bus Projects, Platform Artist Spaces, Constance ARI, Underbelly Arts Festival, Speedy Grandma (Bangkok), CESTA (CZ) and Casula Powerhouse among others. With Julia Drouhin she is the recipient of Next Wave's Emerging Curator Program and she is currently working on Sisters Akousmatica with the support of Liquid Architecture, 3CR, Signal, The Australia Council, City of Melbourne and The Channel.