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Hazel Brill (b.1991) lives and works in London and Newcastle Upon Tyne.

 

Education:

2021 - onwards - Funded Creative Practice PhD, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne

2015 - 2017 - MFA Fine Art Media, Slade School of Art, London

2013 - Erasmus, University of Applied Arts Vienna

2010 - 2014 - BA Hons Fine Art, Newcastle University

 

Current and Upcoming Shows:

2022 - Whitechapel Open, 'Night Station', Whitechapel Gallery, London

2022 - Screening for FLAMIN Film Fellowship with Film London (postponed and location TBC)

 

Solo Shows:

2019 - ‘Pup & Blubber’ Block 336, Brixton 

2018 - 'Shonisaurus Popularis', Turf Projects, Croydon

2014 - ‘In Bardo; Act Two’, part of Baltic 39 Fig2, Baltic 39, Newcastle

 

Selected Recent Exhibitions:

2021  - 'Greetings', NRW Forum, Düsseldorf (postponed)

2020 - Screening ‘A Commitment’ MIT online screening, America

2019 - Residency with Agorama, Raven Row, London

2019 - ‘Early Learning Centre’, Agorama, Platform Southwark, London

2019 - ‘Algae’ Installation for Green Man artist residency programme, Green Man Festival, Wales

2019 - ‘Realm’, collaborative installation, Southwark Park Galleries, London

2019 - ‘East Anglia Records House Band’, performance for Ambit Magazine Launch, Tate Modern

2018 - 'We Gathered Around The Puddle, Smiling Patiently', Survey, Jerwood, London

2018 - Performance version; 'We Gathered Around The Puddle, Smiling Patiently', SET space, London

2017 - 'I Made A Show For You', Artagon III, Paris

2017 - 'Ident', Online Exhibition, Isthisitishtisit.com

2017 - 'Workplace', Milk Collective, Workplace Gallery, Gateshead

2016 - 2017 - 'In Succession', video commission, Museum Of London

2016 - ‘Deadhouse’, Installation in collaboration with Bedwyr Williams, Somerset House

2016 - 'Lobster', performance, Merz Barn, Lake District

2016 - ‘Sails Pitch’, Platform 1, Bloomsbury Theatre, London

2015 - Camden People’s Theatre ‘Whose London is it anyway?’, performance and film screening, London

2015 - 'Space Before the Temple', Practice as Research Conference, Woburn Research Centre, London.

2013 - 2014 - ‘The Vienna Project’, The Danube Canal, Vienna, Austria

2013 - ‘Jeremy Blum’, Exposure, HufAK space, Vienna, Austria.

2013 - ‘Populace’, Limestreet, Newcastle

 

Prizes and awards:

2017 - Artagon III award

2017 - Boise Travel Scholarship Award

2016 - Connect! 2016 Mentor Award with Bedwyr Williams

2014 - The Hatton Art Prize