ROWLAND HILL                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Work / Curation / Info

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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, 16/10/18

Ten Artists to Watch, Elephant, 24/07/18

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



Solo show at
A new sound work developed at Raven Row

2nd-3rd March
22nd International Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair
The Tetley, Leeds.

20th - 21st March
The Nomenclature of Colours
Group exhibition
Slade Research Centre, London.


21st January
Masterclass for the Filmmaking BA Talent Lab 2019
Manchester School of Art

14th December
Performing as part of An assembly in we shall run (1965) by Yvonne Rainer - UK premiere
LCMF, Ambika P3 Info

1st - 4th October
An assembly: Louis D’Heudieres, Rowland Hill, Charlie Usher
A programme of new live works
UK tour: Manchester, London, Birmingham

8th - 23rd September
The Theatre of Buildings
A group exhibition curated by Roaming Room

Rowland Hill (b.1989) is an artist and curator based in London working across performance, moving image, text and sound. Her work plays with gestural and choreographic regimes, amongst other systems for verbal and non verbal communication, and often draws on her background in theatre and music. In 2017 she received the Clare Winsten Memorial Award from the Slade School of Fine Art where she recently completed her Masters degree.

Rowland is also the founder and co-director of Video Jam, an organisation hailed as ‘audiovisual masterminds’ (Time Out), dedicated to curating, commissioning and presenting moving image works with live sound. She has curated 45+ film programmes to date, working with institutions including Barbican Arts Centre, Wellcome Collection, Whitworth Art Gallery, FACT and Manchester Museum. In 2018 Video Jam won the People's Cultural Award at the first Manchester Culture Awards and was featured in The Guardian's unmissable culture.

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

Rowland Hill © 2018