Callum Hill is a London based artist filmmaker working primarily in moving image. Her films are led by real characters, locations and experiences. From these factual starting points she constructs idiosyncratic, at times erratic, narratives that move between the personal and the political. Hill’s work is politically charged and empathetic to the human condition and often dealing with narratives around alienation and identity.
Previous awards include The Berwick New Cinema Award (2018) and The Aesthetica Artist Film Award (2016) Hill’s films have been screened internationally at film festivals such as International Film Festival Rotterdam and Images in Toronto. Last year she was participant of Film London’s FLAMIN Fellowship and also an artist in residence at Thomas Dane Gallery, Naples. She studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths College and Moving Image at the Royal College of Art, London.
While on residency Hill will focus on the research and development of a new film work A Portrait of an Artist as a Young German Bitch.
International / Open Call Programming
April – October 2019
Hill joins IMMA through an open call strand of programming which invites applications from international visual arts practices proposing to come live and work at IMMA for periods of up to six months. Selected artists are awarded a free studio, accommodation and bursary for the duration of their stay.
In late 2018 Sean O’Sullivan (Writer & Curator), Antonia Alampi (International Curator, Savvy Berlin) and Seamus McCormack (Programme Manager, New Contemporaries, UK) were invited to select the awardees for 2019. Callum Hill was one of four artists offered this opportunity.
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