Woodall, 2017 © Hilary Lloyd, courtesy Hilary Lloyd, London

PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image collaborates with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios to present ‘Woodall’, an exhibition of recent work by Hilary Lloyd. The exhibition takes place as part of PLASTIK 2017, and will run from 11 February – 01 April 2017.

The PLASTIK 2017 PROGRAMME LAUNCH takes place at 5.00pm on Friday 10 February at the Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Atrium.

Following this event, a special preview of the Hilary Lloyd exhibition ‘Woodall’ will take place on from 6 to 8pm in Temple Bar Gallery. Both events are open to the public.

For further information on the Hilary Lloyd exhibition, please see the Temple Bar Gallery + Studio website.


For Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Lloyd has constructed a multi-part installation in which film and sculptural elements are interwoven. Central to this installation is a group of new film works in which Lloyd continues to probe the architecture and ambiences of particular places. She integrates sounds and images in ways that challenge typical viewing conventions – sliding from interpretable scenes into ‘abstract’ formulations of colour, shape and light. Through a strategy of juxtaposition, Lloyd shifts between detachment and intimacy, abstraction and reality – offsetting psychedelic backdrops with casual observations of urban life. The films are integrated into a sculptural installation which includes printed fabric hangings, echoing and reframing the videos’ contents. Throughout the installation, the repetition of shapes and motifs provides a rhythmic quality to the work, connecting real-life visions with constructs of digital technology. Lloyd’s film works have a salient beauty and visual restraint, continually informed by an awareness of the mechanisms through which they are displayed.

Hilary Lloyd Lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions include Blaffer Art Museum, Houston (2016); Robot, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2015); Balfour, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2015); Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel (2012); Artists Space, New York (2011); Raven Row, London (2010). Lloyd was nominated for the 2011 Turner Prize and received The Bryan Robertson Trust Award in 2016. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include Dorich House Museum, Kingston University, UK; Focal Point, Southend- on-Sea, UK; Greene Naftali, NY, USA and 356 S. Mission Road, L.A, USA.


PLASTIK is a unique platform for the engagement and appreciation of artists’ moving image in Ireland, and is curated by Jenny Brady, Daniel Fitzpatrick and Sibyl Montague.


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