Hertz is current a PhD candidate in Geography at Royal Holloway University of London, Centre for GeoHumanities. His project focuses on the technoscientific uses of sound in bioacoustic and sensory ecology research, as well as decolonial approaches to sonic data. 

He has delivered talks in a variety of academic and artisic contexts, in venues such as Palais de Tokyo, The Tetley, Opera North, Royal Geographic Society, American Association of Geographers, Imperial College London, Akademie der Künste, Struer Biennale for Sound and Listening, University of Leeds, and Lancaster University among others. 

Select Publications:
“Hounding” || Book chapter
... in Lerchbaumer, A. and Jörg, K. 2022. Toxic Temple: An Artistic and Philosophical Adventure into the Toxicity of the Now. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

“Zugzwang* or the compulsion to find a common baseline in sound” || Journal Article (Co-Authors: Christina Gruber, Emil Flatø, Natalia Domínguez Rangel)
... in Proceedings of Politics of Machines — Rogue Research. 2021. BCS Learning and Development Ltd. DOI: 10.14236/ewic/POM2021.26

“A Circular Imaginary” || Book Chapter
... in The School for Infinite Rehearsals, Movement III: Confluences (2021). Onassis Foundation. Athens, GR.

“Spotting the Runoff” || Essay
... in Zugzwang* or the compulsion to find a common baseline in sound. 2021. A Nourishing Network: AMRO 2020/

“Listening Score” || Journal Article (Co-author Andrea Steves)
... in CSPA Quarterly, Issue 27: Legibility, ed. Calvin Rocchio, Spring 2020. The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts. pp. 52-59.

“Condensations“ || Journal Article 
... in Critical Dialogues, Issue 11, Vol. 2, August 2019): Feeling the Anthropocene. Critical Dialogues/Critical Path.