Beatrice Dillon is a producer and composer based in London, with a series of critically-acclaimed solo, collaborative and remix works on labels including Boomkat Editions, PAN, The Trilogy Tapes and Where To Now? With a background in Fine Art, Beatrice has collaborated closely with award-winning visual artists presenting her works internationally. She recently developed a new commission for artist Jorinde Voigt at Lisson Gallery.
Beatrice was the recipient of the Wysing Arts Centre artists residency (2016), Sound and Music Portfolio (2014) and has been shortlisted for the Oram Awards (2017) and Jules Wright Awards (2017). Earlier this year, Beatrice released ‘Pulse High’, a collaborative EP with Kassem Mosse on The Trilogy Tapes, developed from a commission from Borealis Festival, Norway. Selected solo and collaborative performances include; Masåfåt Festival (Cairo); Save Festival (Moscow); Documenta (Athens); Barbican (London); Tate (Liverpool); South Bank Centre (London); Borealis (Norway); Norberg (Sweden); Hyperreality (Vienna); Intonal (Sweden); Terraforma Festival (Milan); Plissken (Athens); Lisson Gallery (London); MONA (Tasmania); Centre d’Art Contemporain (Geneva); Nasher Sculpture Centre (Texas), as well as forthcoming solo performances at MUTEK Montreal and Dekmantel Amsterdam.
Beatrice Dillion has been nominated for Jules Wright Prize, awarded to UK based female creative technicians working within the field of the moving image.