Rowland Hill (b. 1989, Leicester) is an artist based between Manchester and London, working across performance, moving image, text and sound. Drawing on a background in theatre and music, she often works with a host of collaborators including composers, conductors, dancers and interpreters.
She has presented her work at spaces and platforms including Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre; Fracto Film Encounter (Berlin); Aldeburgh Music; ICA (London); Splendor (Amsterdam); Whitworth Art Gallery (Manchester); Flux Factory (NYC) and Printer Matter’s book fair at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (LA). In 2017 Rowland received the Clare Winsten Memorial Award and in 2018 was shortlisted for the Adrian Carruthers Studio Award from the Slade School of Fine Art, where she recently completed her Masters degree. She is also the founder and co-director of Video Jam, an award winning platform described as ‘audiovisual masterminds’ (Time Out), dedicated to curating, commissioning and presenting moving image works with live sound.