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Robin Hill is an artist whose work, while primarily defined as sculpture, crosses disciplinary boundaries. She make objects, photographs, and drawings. She is interested in the ways in which two and three-dimensional art practices inform each other. She is represented by Lennon Weinberg, Inc., New York. Her most recent exhibition there, entitled Case Discussions, consisted of a series of interventions with repurposed laboratory equipment of varying shapes, sizes, and origins, and addressed issues of organization, classification, perception, and color. Her website can be seen by clicking here.
Links to more images and texts mentioned in the interview:
Robin Hill: Case Discussions-Lennon-Weinberg, Inc.
Robin Hill: Multiplying the Variations-Lennon-Weinberg, Inc.
Emergence and Structure
Handmade, Repetition, Narrative: An Interview with Robin Hill-Other Voices-The e Journal of Cultural Criticism: Cultural Recycling
Wonder, the Rainbow, and the Aesthetics of Rare Experiences by Philip Fisher
Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism by Fritjof Capra
School of Architecture-University of Maryland-Foundation Years by John Hill
The Antioch Bubble