Kate Hill

Kate Hill is Co-Founder of Residency Projects Inc. Kate works across art and research. Her artistic practice utilises site-specific materials and processes to engage in temporal modalities of place, reflecting on both macro landscapes and systems, and the intimate space of walking. Her work is often recycled and re-presented, the reiterative and ritualistic capacity at the forefront. Her observations of places and materials is extended through social engagement which often form a component of projects through story telling, collaboration and educational workshops.

Hill graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Art in 2011, and a Masters of Community Cultural Development in 2014. In 2015 she worked on a research project with the University of Melbourne exploring socially engaged art, and co-authored two journal articles. In 2016, Hill participated in Time Place Space: NOMAD, an Arts House supported residency in the Wimmera Region, Victoria, and in 2017 was a delegate for Water Futures, presented by Arts House, Tipping Point Australia and Asia TOPA, Melbourne. Selected recent exhibitions and projects include; Until now (400+ prints from Pepperhouse walls), Kochi AIR, Kerala, India, 2016; the scribe notes, slight (+Abbra Kotlarczyk), Bus Gallery, Melbourne, 2016; Of Everything that Disappears there Remains Traces (group), The Honeymoon Suite, Brunswick, 2017; Fall Line (with Isadora Vaughan), For Material Exchanges, curated by Meredith Turnbull, C3 Artspace, Abbotsford, Melbourne; and Pieces of Place (group), For Radiant Pavillion, Mr Kitly, Melbourne, 2017.



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