International Original Print Fair 2023

I am delighted that my new digital print ‘HUM’ has been selected as part of this years International Original Print Exhibition. The International Original Print Exhibition, established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE), is an international open submission exhibition celebrating the best of contemporary printmaking. As an art organisation run by artists, the RE is constantly … Read more

Sonorous: The sonic landscapes of Tracy Hill

‘Those granted the gift of seeing more deeply can see beyond form and concentrate on the wondrous aspect hiding behind every form, which is called life.’ Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) The densely rich, velvety surface of Tracy Hill’s print Sonorous (2023) is one that invites touch. This impulse, counter to how we are expected to … Read more

Our World, Our Crisis

New work Continuum created during my year long residency on Little Woolden Moss are now showing as part of this group exhibition. During the years residency Hill examined how the attention given to the land underfoot informed and expanded thinking and making, walking and pausing, seeing and listening. Time is inscribed in place, and that time allowed … Read more

OD Arts Festival

I am delighted to have been invited to participate in this years OD Arts Festival. New site specific works include paper works and drawings on Limestone. Od Arts Festival runs from May 26 to 28. It takes its name from the Od:  a crooked stream that meanders through the neighbouring villages of East and West Coker, Somerset, … Read more

CFPR – AiR Q&A and Film

New Q&A and residency film now available as part of my AiR with CFPR. Thank you to everyone at CFPR for their fantastic support and expertise in the development and production of Sonorous.  file:///Users/tracyhill/Documents/Q&A%20Tracy%20Hill%20for%20website%20(1).pdf

CFPR – Artist Residency

Earlier this year I was delighted to be awarded a research residency at CFPR. The artist in residence programme presents a truly exciting opportunity for collaboration and the enrichment of the CFPR’s research activities. Artists and designers will make a body of work that contributes to the CFPR archive and the editions portfolio. My interrogation and … Read more

Letters to the Void – Sites of Exchange

The Centre for Print Research UWE, will be hosting IMPACT 12 multidisciplinary printmaking conference, The Printmakers’ Voice, 21-25 September 2022. I am delighted to be one of this years Keynote speakers sharing my recent projects and research as we discuss the post-pandemic voice. Letters to the Void – Sites of Exchange. Perceptions of landscape are determined … Read more

Paths of Resistance – Impact 12

Paths of Resistance is a site-specific installation which speaks directly to the imperceptible energies, which inform our human experiences.  Continuing from my project Porosity and residency Ephemeral Bodies, this installation considers energies lying hidden, the invisible shaping the visible. 20 meters of screenprinted fabric map the invisible magnetic fields present within Arnolfini and surrounding area, transforming … Read more

Porosity – publication

This new publication has been produced to document the research and development of this two year project. Written contributions by Professor Penny Florence and Anna Souter bring together unique critical and poetic responses to the new works. Online version available to view –  https://issuu.com/tracyhill2/docs/high-res_single_pages Printed copies are available to pre-order via AirSpace Gallery.

Ephemeral Bodies. Opening event.

AIRSPACE is pleased to present EPHEMERAL BODIES – a presentation of new print, drawing and sound works resulting from artist Tracy Hill’s 4-week residency. During the residency, Tracy has been responding site specifically to the Gallery building and her studio space, mapping and tracing unseen waves and rhythms and transforming them into a series of … Read more