Hilary Prosser is an artist and anthropologist making work that explores the human relationship to the environment through materials.
2019 – Creative Practitioner – Arts Partnership Surrey – devising a smartphone/social media art project with young people
Feb 2018 – How Do I Look? live art residency at Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects in Hackney
2017 – ‘kintsugi as self-repair’ conference workshop at St Christopher’s Hospice, London
2017 – Artist-in-residence Time & Talents, Rotherhithe, London – art classes and workshops with local residents
2016 – Researcher and Ethnographer, investigating the future of food and commensuality – UCL research project for NESTA
2012 – Performer – Matrimonial Rituals, Gender Studies and False Hair – video project led by Joanne Wardrop