2004-06 MA Photography, Royal College of Art, London
2000-03 BA [hons] Fine Art Drawing, Camberwell College of Arts, University of London
2006 Peabody Trust Annual Residents' Conference, London
Margot Hill's Les Brown's Last Day incites instant memory of a more immediate, equally scary, more pedestrian past. In the US, the impact of 'down-sizing' has been conveniently masked by apparent boom or sensational bust; Hill's Les Brown trades the pranks of The Office for an excruciating retirement party. Her 'home-movie' office send-off gets Les's metamorphosis from panic to paralysis poignantly, palpably and painfully perfect.
What do we give over to our employers during working hours, and what does free time mean? Is it all a performance where we try to fit someone else's model of the employee for eight hours of the day, and then try and re-invent ourselves in our spare time?