Julie Hill works across media, from writing and photography to print and sculpture. Writing and publishing are core elements of Julie's practice. She uses these mediums as a way to bring together sources of fact and fiction into new narratives that give rise to installations or mise-en-scene that merge objects, texts and interventions to question the divide between the objective and the subjective, the real and the imagined.
She studied at The Royal College of Art and has shown work at Sluice Art Fair, Dimensions Variable, Guest Projects and Tate Britain. Her work has been featured in The Miami Rail, The Independent, IDEA magazine and NYLON. She has been awarded Arts Council and Wellcome Trust funding for artistic and curatorial projects and completed a year-long Florence Trust residency in 2014. Forthcoming exhibitions include Pokey Hat, VERBureau for the Glasgow International.