hello I’m Tilly!
I’m originally from near Coventry, but moved to the Isle of Skye as a child. When I was 18 I moved to Glasgow to live and work and ended up studying at Glasgow School of Art, I’m now 24, a 2021 graduate, living and working in Glasgow!
I’m interested in queering play and how this materialises within the blur of physical and digital spaces. I’m excited by mystical mundanity, the gaps around us (metaphorical and physical) being a seedbed for fantasy of self, objects and our surroundings. Working with collage as a way to disseminate the original context of objects in order to re-imagine their meaning and potentiality, through sound, digital 3D, animation, impermanent physical objects, tactile technology and video.
I’m a shark enthusiast interested in the cultural horror that surrounds these animals that keep to themselves. I’m curious about water, how folklore begins, and the potential of mythologies being born from daily routine.
September.2017-June.2021 – BA (Hons) Sculpture and Environmental Art, First Class Honours, Glasgow School of Art
August.2016-March.2017 – Portfolio Preparation, Glasgow School of Art
September.2014-June.2015 – Art and Design NC Level 6, University of the Highlands and Islands, West Highland College
December 2021, shortlisted for QUAD International Digital Fellowship
October-December 2021, Market Gallery Home Residency
June-September 2021, Arebyte Open Screen
November 2021, Arebyte Open Screen: technology, disability arts + the online space
2021- Arebyte Open Screen, Digital Exhibition
2021- Interlude Films, ISO Design
2021- Alternative Degree Show Film Festival, Transmission
2021- The Alternative Degree Show Festival Part 1, The Briggait
2021- Digital Graduate Showcase, Glasgow School of Art
2021- Portable bus stop, Glenbrittle forest
2021- Portable bus stop, Fiscavaig birch wood and burn
2021- Portable bus stop, Fiscavaig beach
2020- SEA in the contracted field, Lang Craigs
2019- Unnamed group show, Stow Building
2018- SEAing is believing, Barnes Building
2017- Lost at SEA, Barnes Building
September.2015, Doors Open Days, The Pipe Factory
October.2015-September.2017, Gallery Assistant, The Lighthouse
January.2021-ongoing, co-created alternative digital showcase for Glasgow school of Art graduates
The Skinny, ‘Fine Art’, June 2021
The Scotsman, ‘Art review: GSA Showcase 2021, Glasgow School of Art’, June 2021
GSA Showcase 2021, School of Fine Art Review, Chris Sharratt