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Hermione Wiltshire

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  • Hermione Wiltshire
  • Area

    School of Arts & Humanities

    Role

    Senior Tutor

  • Artist Hermione Wiltshire is a Senior Tutor on the Photography programme in the School of Arts & Humanities at the Royal College of Art.

  • Biography

  • Hermione Wiltshire studied Sculpture at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, at BA level followed by an MA at Chelsea School of Art. In 1993, Hermione Wiltshire was a Momart Fellow at the Tate Gallery Liverpool, where she spent six months carrying out a residency followed by an exhibition at the Tate gallery Liverpool called Elective Affinities. She was also a scholar at the British School of Rome and returned often to Rome and Naples to complete several major series of works. 

    Hermione Wiltshire has been the recipient of many awards including G.L.A., Arts Council and a major award from The Arts Foundation. Her work is in many major national and international collections including the Arts Council, the Walker Arts collection and the Weltkunst Collection.

    She has presented papers at many conferences and given lectures about her work and related topics both national and internationally.  She has also taught at numerous art schools including Istanbul, Turkey and Italy.

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  • Practice

  • Hermione Wiltshire’s practice is photographic, sculptural, architectural and performance based. Her research interests include gender politics, radical feminist theory, Modernism, public space, the status of the photographic image, psychoanalysis, dance, performance and music. Hermione Wiltshire’s current research interests are maternity and creative practice in relation to Modernism, Expanded Photography and the Physical Image. She is currently waiting for the outcome of an AHRC bid for an interdisciplinary project across art and health sectors.

  • External collaborations

  • As well as being a fellow of the RCA, Hermione Wiltshire has acted as External Assessor at Central Saint Martins and Hull.

Selected work