Lily Hibberd

Lily Hibberd is a visual artist and writer, practicing in performance, painting, photography, video and installation. She works in collaboration with communities and artists to tell old and new stories based on places, memories and histories. Lily lives and works between Australia and France, and holds a PhD in Fine Art.

Recent projects include: The Phone Booth Project with Curtis Taylor commissioned for We Don’t Need a Map at Fremantle Arts Centre in 2012 (touring Australia in 2015) and curated in Vivid Memories, Musée d’Aquitaine, Bordeaux, France (2014), The Ice Pendulum, Paris Nuit Blanche festival (2013), and Les Aimants at Galerie de Roussan, Paris (2013). Notable among her solo exhibitions are Benevolent Asylum: an eclipse of historical fiction, Fremantle Arts Centre, WA (2011), Bordertown, Artspace, Sydney & Conical Inc., Melbourne (2008); Endless Summer: Sunglasses and the Spectacle of Vision, Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide (2008); and Blinded by the Light, exhibited at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth (2003). She has participated in numerous group exhibitions both locally and abroad, including The Leisure Class, Australia Cinématèque GoMA, Brisbane (2008); Arc Biennial, QUT Museum, Brisbane (2007); The last thing I remember... Sydney University Museum, Sydney (2007) and Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne (2006). She is Founding Editor of the independent contemporary art journal un Magazine and co-founder of the Parramatta Female Factory Precinct Memory Project with Parragirl Bonney Djuric.

Lily Hibberd is represented by Galerie de Roussan, Paris.

April 2014