HILARY JACK
MA Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan University.
1993-1995
BA(hons) Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Selected Exhibitions.
2009
The Social Lives of Objects, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester.
Dumb Objects, Wolstenholme Projects, Liverpool.
The Kiss of a Lifetime, Rogue Studios, Manchester (touring to Vane, Newcastle,
Bearspace, London)
Making and Mending, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, Bury St Edmunds.
Sale, The Royal Standard, Liverpool

2008
Sex and Witchcraft, group show Transition Gallery, London, accompanying essay by
Gary Lachman.
Axisweb Event, in collaboration with Sally O Reilly, Manchester.
One Minute, The Directors Lounge, Berlin, and venues tbc in Prague, Rurh, St
Petersberg, London and Manchester curated by Kerry Baldry.

2007
Meeting Point, group show selected by Axel Lapp, Axel Lapp Projects, Berlin.
E8, Transition Gallery, London, group curated by Cathy Lomax, (catalogue)
accompanying essay by Dr Amanda Ravetz.
Extreme Crafts, Centre for Contemporary Art, Vilnius, Lithuania, curated by Catherine
Hemelryk and Jennie Syson.
One Minute, Candid Arts Trust, London curated by Kerry Baldry (video programme
shown in various venues throughout Europe).

2006
Conflux 06, multi site art exhibition, New York,,curated by Christina Ray and Sarah Pace.
Supernature, off site residency at Transition Gallery, curated by Cathy Lomax

2005
Turquoise Bag in a Tree, video installation and sculptural inventions commissioned by
Cornerhouse Manchester for The Bigger Picture, Exchange Square,
Manchester,(selectors Kathy Rae Huffman, Cornerhouse, Kate Taylor, The Bigger
Picture, ICA Film Festival)

2004
Surveillance group show, Three Colts Gallery, London.
Do Something For Floating Ip, Floating Ip, Manchester.
Gallery 32, London W1, London Biennial of Contemporary Art 04
Art Trans Pennine, Trans Pennine Region, curated by Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson.
www.artranspennine04.org.uk/
2003
TIPP, Hungarian Academy of Fine Art, Budapest. Curated by Beata Veszely and David
Wilkinson, Goldsmiths College London.
Dark and Disturbing Things Ov Arup, Manchester.
The Eve of Destruction curated by Vilma Gold at International 3
Beyond The Endgame, Manchester Art Gallery (catalogue)
Thermo 03, The Lowry, Salford.
Ladies Only, Liverpool Bienniale of Contemporary Art, (Independents) curated by
Caroline Black.

Bursary Places
Overlap Symposium, 2004, awarded by Hungarian Academy of Fine Art, Budapest and
Goldsmiths London.
The Wrong Place Conference, 2005, Situations, awarded by Claire Doherty, UWE,
Bristol.

Nominations
Becks Futures 2002, and 2003