Amy Hilton was born in Lincolnshire, in 1986, and studied at London’s Goldsmiths College, University of London (2007). The artist moved to the French Alps in 2008, citing a desire to escape the rush of London, and has lived and worked in Paris since 2009. In October 2013, her work was exhibited as part of “Come to my Home”, a group exhibition which took place in Marrakech. In the same year, she participated in an artist’s residency scheme at The Ecloserie, on the Ïle de Re, France.
She is the co-curator of Flateurville, an interdisciplinary artistic project created by Laurent Godard, which has been exhibited in New York, China (Shanghai), France (Paris, Bourgogne, Île de Re), London and Morocco (Essaouira). Hilton has performed in a number of short films, and is currently participating in Michael Kirtley’s ‘The World Memory Film Project’.