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On Location: An assembly,
The Wire, Issue 418 - review
of Tha-at’s right

Trip Report: An Assembly
play Charlie Usher and
Rowland Hill
, Boring like a Drill

Ten Artists to Watch, Elephant

Rowland Hill’s Digital Relics and Provocation,
5  Questions, Elephant, 09/07/18

Features / Publications

Featured artist in
Ambit Issue 238 p.47-56

A Thing Unseen: An interview
with Rowland Hill
, Still Life
Issue 4: Ways to Disappear

Rowland Hill (b. 1989) is an artist currently based in Manchester working across performance, moving image, writing and sound. Using playful methods, her work explores the ways in which ideologies are communicated non-verbally, particularly through gestural and choreographic regimes. She frequently works both as a solo performer and through co-creative processes with others. In 2017 she was awarded the Clare Winsten Memorial Award from The Slade in London, where she recently graduated with a Masters in Fine Art.

Recent exhibitions and performances include: Raven Row, London (2019), Organon, Denmark (2019), Charlton Gallery, London (2017), Flux Factory, New York (2017), Aldeburgh Music (2016), Splendor, Amsterdam (2015), the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (2015).

Rowland is also the founder and co-director of Video Jam, an award winning platform described as ‘leading audiovisual masterminds’ (Time Out) and ‘badass audiovisual witches’ (Soda_Jerk) dedicated to commissioning and presenting moving image works with live sound. She has worked with The Barbican Art Centre (2018), Wellcome Collection (2017), Royal Northern College of Music (2017), FACT, Liverpool (2016), Manchester Art Gallery (2015), Abandon Normal Devices (2013) and many more. 

Performing EAR ACTION by Neo Hülker & Stellan Veolce, with An assembly at London Contemporary Music Festival, Ambika P3, London, December 2017. Photo: Dimitri Djuric.

Rowland Hill © 2019