RCA SHOW 2012

Lily Hall

CCA - College-based


Asco, Walking Mural, 1972

Still from Super-8 film (digital transfer), colour, silent, on loop


While at the RCA I have worked on collaborative, process-led and event-based projects including Notes for an Exhibition at Crate Studio and Project Space, Margate (UK) at Crate Studio and Project Space, Margate (2010); and Lighting Rig: Intervention by Sam Ely & Lynn Harris, Department 21, 2011.

I am currently drawn towards alternative exhibition histories as they relate to the production and sharing of knowledge across creative disciplines; and exploring the spaces between publishing, experimental print-based platforms and exhibition making, as a curator and writer.

Before coming to the RCA I worked at Paradise Row gallery, at The Showroom and at Jerwood Space, London. Since 2009 I’ve been working with They Are Here, a collaborative, multidisciplinary practice steered by artists Helen Walker and Harun Morrison. Commissioned projects have included Re-shoot, Tate Modern, and Witness, Camden Arts Centre (both 2009), and the exhibition Their Wonderlands at Grey Area, Brighton (2011–12), leading to an expanded iteration of the show at MAC Birmingham (2011–12).



+44 (0)7746 627 261

lily.hall@network.rca.ac.uk

ritualwithoutmyth.rca.ac.uk


Colour photograph by Harry Gamboa Jr, Courtesy the artist

CV

Degrees

BA (Hons), Art History and English Literature, University of East Anglia, 2007

Experience

Gallery and projects assistant, The Showroom, London, 2009 to present; Curatorial traineeship, Jerwood Visual Arts, London, 2010; Gallery manager, Paradise Row, London, 2009

Exhibitions

Ritual Without Myth, Royal College of Art, 2012; Notes for an Exhibition: Desmond Church Solo Show, Crate Studio and Project Space, Margate, 2011; Their Wonderlands, Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham, 2011–12; Lying on Rocks, Sitting in Windows, Standing on Chairs, Royal College of Art, 2011

Awards

Winner, Best Undergraduate Dissertation, Arthur Batchelor Prize, School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia, 2007; Winner, Outstanding Interest and Ability in the Field of Architectural History, Sir Bernard Fielden Prize, School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia, 2007

Publications

Ritual Without Myth, Royal College of Art, 2012