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Daniel G. Hill’s work on view in Bushwick, Brussels, and Portland

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Black Fishnet, 65 x 48 x 6 inches (165 x 122 x 15 centimeters), polyester rop, stainless steel split rings, aluminium rods, o-rings, 2018


Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Daniel G. Hill is currently exhibiting sculptures and works on paper in group exhibitions at the Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery in Brussels, Belgium (Jan. 10 – Feb. 16), ODETTA in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY (Feb. 1–24), and at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), MECA in Portland, Maine (Jan. 17 – Mar. 8). The Brussels exhibition, “NY Abstract Now,” includes work by seven artists living and working in New York City. The show at ODETTA, “Falling into Place,” is a three-person exhibition of work dealing with the force of gravity. “Drawing Now” at ICA MECA is an exhibition of abstract drawings by 30 artists from 11 different countries. Hill states that “these works use humble materials and economic processes, which are intrinsic to the resulting forms. But a common aspect of all of my work is the tendency to give rise to the questions, ‘What am I looking at, how do I relate to it, and how do I understand it?’ Such self-reflexive viewing is my goal, as an artist’s role is to remind us of our capacity to wonder.” For more information, see the gallery websites:

Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) at MECA

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