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Susan Hiller: Proposals and Demonstrations
Susan Hiller: Proposals and Demonstrations, 30 October20 December 2008, London
Susan Hiller uses ephemeral, everyday objects to tell stories and to extract new meanings from them – producing an art that is both visually stimulating and emotionally compelling. She is intrigued by the unspoken, the unrecorded and the unnoticed – in the gaps and overlaps between space and time, dream and experience. For her second exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery, Hiller premieres new video and photography, alongside earlier works from the 1970s and 1980s, all focusing on her long-term interest in the relationships between altered states of consciousness such as dream states, trance, meditation and art practice. The consistency and significance of Hiller’s output since the 1970s is currently being acknowledged by curators and collectors alike. The Last Silent Movie, 2007, on disappearing languages, was considered by many to be one of the high points of the recent Berlin Biennale.
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Susan Hiller: Proposals and Demonstrations – Timothy Taylor