Hilary Jack works across media in research based projects involving the collection and re-purpose of found objects in site referential artworks and sculptural installations and interventions. Her work comments on our relationship with everyday objects and highlights the concept of built in obsolescence and the politics of a particular location.
Hilary has shown across the UK and Internationally. Hilary is currently working on a new commission Emergency Meadow, for The Irwell Sculpture Trail and on new work for a solo show at Bury Sculpture Centre commissioned by Tony Trehy. She is currently exhibiting three new commissions for Packwood Follies, at National Trust Packwood House in Warwickshire and in Finding Treblinka, at The Museum of Struggle and Martyrdom, Treblinka, Poland. Recent exhibitions and commissions include Empty Nest and Empty Nest Archive for the annual programme at Compton Verney, Warwickshire and Flights of Fancy The Tatton Park Biennial 2012 http://www.tattonparkbiennial.org/ Recent solo shows include And Scent of Pine and The Wood Thrush Singing at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; ...Singing through the Fog at Carter Presents, London and group shows; If on a Winters Night A Traveller .. at August Art, London and at Glasgow School of Art with Brian Griffiths, Roy Voss, Othmar Vassur and Ellen Wilkinson.