Experiencing Interruptions?


Summer 2021, wearing a costume that spelled 'HOME', artist Harriet Hill walked across the U.K. from her home in London to her family home in Wales. The costume, containing a drop-down tent, became her home for the 34 day journey.
Wending her way across the country, Harriet talked to the many people she met about “home” and its significance to them.

  • Harriet Hill
  • Harriet Hill
  • George Baggaley
  • Isaac Baggaley
    Sound Design
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short
  • Runtime:
    33 minutes 38 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 25, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    12,500 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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  • Student Project:
  • The Feminist Library
    United Kingdom
    November 27, 2021
    London Premiere
Director Biography - Harriet Hill

Harriet Hill is a visual artist who in recent years, has been creating letter costumes, taking them out and about to spell words that trigger public engagement. Collaboratively made short films of these events have been produced, notably P.E.C.K.H.A.M. (2017 3’37”) and H.O.M.E. Wakefield (2019 5’45”).
HOME-ing (2021 33’38’) her latest, most ambitious project is a word costume odyssey with a personal narrative that underlies the broader sociopolitical themes of home. HOME-ing received funding from Arts Council England.

Born in London in 1966 Harriet studied Fine Art at undergraduate level in Cardiff, Wales 1987 and gained a distinction in Fine Art Textiles at Goldsmiths college, London in 2007.
Financed by work as an art fabricator Harriet has built up her multi-disciplinary practice and exhibits internationally.

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