One of a series of films profiling artists who have won Unlimited commissions

Sheila Hill is a writer/theatre-maker and installation-artist. Words are her starting point. She always uses real voices in her work: recording interviews with people and editing their words down to a poetic core. She has also worked as a Guardian journalist, and a music curator founding Tabernacle Folk, a pioneering four-year London festival dedicated to extending and re-thinking traditional music.

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