Hilary Lloyd

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Lecturer, BA Fine Art 4D pathway

Central Saint Martins

Biography

Hilary Lloyd has exhibited internationally, with solo exhibitions at Greene Naftali, New York (2017); Dorich House Museum, Kingston-upon-Thames (2017); Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin (2017); Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston, Texas (2016); ‘Robot’, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2015); ‘Balfour’, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2015); Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel (2012); Artists Space, New York (2011); Raven Row, London (2010); Tramway, Glasgow (2009); Le Consortium, Dijon (2009); Kunstverein München, Munich (2006); ‘Waiters’, Henry Moore Foundation Contemporary Projects, Venice Biennale (2003); ‘Kino der Dekonstruktion’, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2000); and Chisenhale Gallery, London (1999).

In 2016 Lloyd was the recipient of the Bryan Robertson Trust Award, and in 2011 she was nominated for the Turner Prize. Recent group exhibitions include ‘Textualities...Once Removed’, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, Italy (2016); ‘In A Dream You Saw A Way To Survive And You Were Full Of Joy: Elizabeth Price Curates’, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (2016); ‘Von Bildern’, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel (2015); ‘Dora’, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University (2015; where she was appointed the first Dorich House Fellow in 2015); ‘Over you / you’, 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana (2015); A Singular Form, Secession, Vienna (2014); and ‘Remote Control’, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2012).

Forthcoming solo exhibitions include Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea and 356 S. Mission Road, Los Angeles.

Research interests

Video, photography, installation, sculpture, painting, textiles.

Research statement

My work centres on film and video while engaging with sculpture, painting and installation. Video, together with the use of spatial devices like hanging curtains and tie-dyed textiles, are installed in brightly lit spaces and have a direct relationship to the architecture of the space. The videos generally defy a sense of narrative.

 

Selected research outputs