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 Past Exhibition

Gary Hill Video
October 14, 1995–January 14, 1996
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This was the first exhibition in the United States to provide a view of major installation works by internationally renowned artist Gary Hill, who won the 1995 International Sculpture Prize at the Venice Biennale. Hill's installations and video objects are compelling, haunting works that engage the viewer in real time. Electronic and viewer space are interwoven in these works so that the experience is not so much looking at (as in television viewing) as it is engaging with (as in personal relationships). Technically complex, and aesthetically beautiful, these works give us insight into art forms now emerging which create art from the raw materials of late 20th-century technology.