Susan Hiller


Susan was one of the thirteen artists involved in the Photomaton exhibit in 1987.

From her website:

"Witness", originally commissioned by Art Angel in 2000, was exhibited in 2001 in "Intelligence" at Tate Britain before travelling to the Habana Bienale; in May 2002 this work will feature in the Biennale of Sydney. "Psi Girls", Susan Hiller's five-screen video installation was shown in 2001 at Gagosian Gallery in New York. Her large virtrine work "From the Freud Museum" is currently installed in a monographic room at Tate Modern.

Recent group exhibitions in which she has participated include Inside the Visible, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston and Now/Here, Louisiana Museum, Humlabaek, Denmark (1996); Out of Actions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and In Visible Light, Moderna Museet, Stockholm (1998);The Muse in the Museum, Museum of Modern Art, New York (1999); Live in Your Head: Conceptual Art in Britain 1965-75, Whitechapel Gallery, London and Amateur/Eksdale, Kunstmuseum, Goteborg, Sweden (2000);Empathy, Taidemuseon, Pori, Finland (2001).

Susan Hiller was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1998. She has been awarded a DAAD Fellowship in Berlin for 2002-2003. . Her publications include: Thinking about art: conversations with Susan Hiller (Manchester University Press, 1996); After the Freud Museum, (Book Works, 1996 & reprinted 2000); and Witness, (Art Angel Afterlives, 2000). In 2000/01 she curated "Dream Machines", an international, cross-generational group exhibition. Susan Hiller holds the newly-created Baltic Chair of Contemporary Art at the University of Newcastle, Department of Fine Art. Her forthcoming projects include solo museum exhibitions in Denmark and Russia (2002).

'Recall - A Selection of Works 1969 - 2004' can be seen at BALTIC From 1 May - 18 July 2004

Contributed by Tim