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Author: Susan Hiller
Subcategory: Sculpture
Language: English
Publisher: Institute of Contemporary Arts (1986)
Category: Photo and Art
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Susan Hiller (March 7, 1940 – January 28, 2019) was an American-born artist who lived in London, United Kingdom.

Susan Hiller (March 7, 1940 – January 28, 2019) was an American-born artist who lived in London, United Kingdom. Born in Tallahassee, Florida in 1940, Susan Hiller was raised in and around Cleveland, Ohio. She later moved to Coral Gables, Florida in 1950 where she attended Coral Gables High School, graduating in 1957. She attended Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and received a .

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Pictured: Susan Hiller: First Aid: Homage to Joseph Beuys, 1969–2017, 13 vintage felt-lined wooden first aid boxes, 86 vintage bottles, water from holy wells and sacred streams, and vintage medical supplies, 61⅜ by 74 inches. Courtesy Lisson Gallery, New York

Pictured: Susan Hiller: First Aid: Homage to Joseph Beuys, 1969–2017, 13 vintage felt-lined wooden first aid boxes, 86 vintage bottles, water from holy wells and sacred streams, and vintage medical supplies, 61⅜ by 74 inches. Courtesy Lisson Gallery, New York. Conceptual artists are mystics rather than rationalists, Sol LeWitt famously wrote. But few conceptual artists have delved into mysticism with as much intelligence and historical perspective as Susan Hiller. Her third eye-opening exhibition at Lisson Gallery features a selection of works made since the late 1960s that the London-based.

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She was 78. Her son, Gabriel Coxhead, said the cause was pancreatic cancer. Ms. Hiller’s mysterious and dreamlike art, which often made use of marginalized and forgotten artifacts of modern culture, played at the precipice between reality and the subconscious and often explored the paranormal.